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Poets of the Civil War
J.D. McClatchy (ed)
Writers on both sides of the American Civil War “brought to the crisis,” “poetry’s unique ability to stir the emotions, to freeze the moment, to sweep the scene with a panoramic lens and suddenly swoop in for a close-up of suffering or courage.” This vibrant collection brings together the most memorable and enduring work inspired by the conflict: the masterpieces of Whitman and Melville, Sidney Lanier on the death of Stonewall Jackson, the anti-slavery poems of Longfellow and Whittier, the front-line narratives of Henry Howard Brownell and John W. De Forest, the anthems of Julia Ward Howe and James Ryder Randall. “The poetry of the Civil War evokes grief, indignation, pride, courage, patriotic fervor, ultimately reconciliation and healing.”
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