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The Columbia book of Civil War poetry

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • War poetry, American.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Poetry.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Other titlesCivil War poetry.
      StatementRichard Marius, editor ; Keith Frome, associate editor.
      ContributionsMarius, Richard., Frome, Keith.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS595.C55 C65 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxvi, 543 p. :
      Number of Pages543
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1082855M
      ISBN 100231100027
      LC Control Number94006481

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Including the classics of the genre as well as rare period pieces by African Americans and women, and northern and southern patriotic verse and songs, The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry paints the background of the conflict and its literature in Richard Marius's renowned prose, with each poem introduced by a compelling vignette.

What emerges is an unparalleled pageant of the war in all its 5/5(3). Including the classics of the genre as well as rare period pieces by African Americans and women, and northern and southern patriotic verse and songs, The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry paints the background of the conflict and its literature in Richard Marius's renowned prose, with each poem introduced by a compelling vignette.

What emerges is an unparalleled pageant of the war in all. Including the classics of the genre as well as rare period pieces by African Americans and women, and northern and southern patriotic verse and songs, The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry paints the background of the conflict and its literature in Richard Marius's renowned prose, with each poem introduced by a compelling vignette.

What emerges is an unparalleled pageant of the war in all Pages:   Including the classics of the genre as well as rare period pieces by African Americans and women, and northern and southern patriotic verse and songs, The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry paints the background of the conflict and its literature in Richard Marius's renowned prose, with each poem introduced by a compelling vignette/5.

The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry This book is full of sensitive and strong poetry, both of the South and the North fighting forces of the Civil War. It is a wonderful performance help to my re enactment programs, and a pleasure to read om my own.5/5(2).

The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry is a unique anthology that collectors, gift-givers, and general readers fascinated by American lore will all appreciate.

It is an eloquent, original. THE COLUMBIA BOOK OF CIVIL WAR POETRY alongside a photo of the Confederate who fired the first shot in the war, an ancient but still belligerent-looking individual.) For me, it captures the sheer cussedness that led the Confederates to secede in the first place.

Neil Sheehan, in A Bright Shining Lie, characterised the Confederate rank. Ever since Homer, or the book of Judges, war poems have been written to tell us what happened, to whom, why. Richard Marius's fine selection, with his introduction to it, opens today's reader to the Civil War's horror, pathos, loss, and the emotions which are easy to forget, or worse still, to romanticize.5/5.

The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry. edited by. Richard Marius. Columbia University Press. £ ISBN Keith Connelly Search for other works by this author on: Oxford Academic. Google Scholar. Keith : Keith Connelly. This eye-opening collection illuminates the literary meanings and memory of the Civil War as well as key aspects of the place in poetry in American popular culture.

"The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry" is a volume to be dipped into time and again by anyone who cherishes language and history. The long agony of the American Civil War inspired a wealth of contemporary verse — from sentimental doggerel to sublime lyrics that rank among the finest American poetry.

This inexpensive anthology brings together a superb selection of poems from both North and South, comprising the best and most representative poetry of those turbulent 75 poems include works by many of. Columbia University Press.

Main. Reviews. Contents. Excerpt. Links. Awards. American War Poetry spans the history of the nation. Beginning with the Colonial Wars of the eighteenth-century and ending with the Gulf Wars, this original and significant anthology presents four centuries of American men and women-soldiers, nurses, reporters, and embattled civilians-writing about war.

But, aside from the Civil War poetry here, the second section of this little book is comprised of Whitman's journal entries and letters he wrote during the war.

These are first-hand accounts of the war, stories from the make-shift hospitals and the Whitman's poetry style is not a favorite of mine, but you can not discount his passion.4/5(9).

To read other examples of Civil War poetry, please review the selected bibliography of online Civil War poetry anthologies and collections. MAJOR CIVIL WAR POETS. Walt Whitman. Drum-Taps, "Sequel to Drum-Taps." Leaves of Grass. New York, The long agony of the American Civil War inspired a wealth of contemporary verse -- from sentimental doggerel to sublime lyrics that rank among the finest American poetry.

This inexpensive anthology brings together a superb selection of poems from both North and South, comprising the best and most representative poetry of those turbulent times. Buy Civil War Poetry by Paul Negri (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Books about the Civil War, including fiction and non-fiction selections. share Share No_Favorite Favorite rss RSS Civil War Books. 1, K. The kidnapping of President Lincoln and other war detective stories.

The book also includes a brief introductory note (pp. iii-iv) that discusses Whitman's experiences tending to hospitalized soldiers during the U.S. Civil War. Being familiar with Whitman's poetry from other editions, I was especially fascinated by the prose selections in this volume.

The long agony of the American Civil War inspired a wealth of contemporary verse — from sentimental doggerel to sublime lyrics that rank among the finest American poetry.

This inexpensive anthology brings together a superb selection of poems from both North and South, comprising the best and most representative poetry of those turbulent : E-book.

(Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press, ) Fortna, Virginia Page. Does peacekeeping work?: shaping belligerents' choices after civil war.

(Princeton: Princeton University Press, c) From the ground up: land rights, conflict and peace in Sub-Saharan Africa. by Chris Huggins and Jenny Clover. Grief, indignation, pride, courage, patriotic fervor, ultimately reconciliation and healing: the poetry of the Civil War evokes unforgettably the emotions that roiled America in its darkest hour.

J. D. McClatchy (–) was the author of many books of poetry and essays, including Plundered Hearts: New and Selected Poems (), and the.Barrett co-edited a anthology of Civil War poetry called Words for the Hour, and her own published poetry includes a chapbook, Invisible Axis.

She spoke with the Poetry Foundation from Appleton, Wisconsin, where she teaches English and creative writing at Lawrence University. You write that the Civil War was a “poetry-fueled war.”.A History of Fugitives, a Contemporary Native American Novel and Civil War Voices as Poetry Have All Won the 84th Annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards CLEVELAND (April 4, ) – The Cleveland Foundation today unveiled the winners of its 84th Annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards.

Jericho Brown, a Anisfield-Wolf honoree, made the announcement.