The tangled web of the Civil War and Reconstruction : readings and writings from a novelist's perspective / David Madden.
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- Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
- Copyright: ©2015
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction: "The vibration ripples to the remotest perimeter" -- Part I. Essays -- For the new millennium, new perspectives on the Civil War and Reconstruction -- Fletcher Pratt's A short history of the Civil War: ordeal by fire -- On James McPherson's for cause and comrades: why men fought in the Civil War -- Classics of Civil War fiction -- William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!: Quentin! Listen! -- Rediscovering a major Civil War novel: Joseph Stanley Pennell's The history of Rome Hanks and Willis Kindred Matters -- The innocent stare at the Civil War: Madison Jones's Nashville 1863, the dying of the light -- O. Henry's Civil War surprises -- The last American epic: the Civil War novels of father and son, Michael and Jeff Shaara -- The simultaneous burning of nine bridges in East Tennessee -- Lincoln's Second Gettysburg Address -- The sinking of the Sultana: a meditation on loss and forgetfulness -- Part II. Fictional meditations on the Civil War -- Willis Carr, sharpshooter, at Bleak House, Knoxville -- Willis Carr meditates on the act of sketching: hair trigger pencil lines -- Willis Carr, sharpshooter, meditates on photographs -- A fever of dying: Henrietta Ramsey Lenoir and General William Price Sanders -- The incendiary at the forks of the river -- Fragments found on the field: Parson Brownlow and Dr. James Gettys Ramsey.
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