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" Yet pride at hand still aidrul swelled, And up the hard ascent he held. The meeting follows. In his mien The victor and the vanquished both are seen — All that he is, and what he late had been. Awhile, with curious eyes they scan The Chief who led invasion's... "
Battle-pieces and aspects of the war [poems]. - Page 232
by Herman Melville - 1866
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Light-Horse Harry Lee and the Legacy of the American Revolution

Charles Royster - History - 1981 - 301 pages
...Washington as a model. Perhaps this was what Herman Melville saw when he wrote after the Civil War, Who looks at Lee must think of Washington; In pain...hide the thought, So deep with grievous meaning it is fraught.40 For Henry Lee, the virtues of Washington always stood unquestioned; and they grew brighter...
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Battle-pieces and Aspects of the War

Herman Melville - History - 1995 - 272 pages
...his mien The victor and the vanquished both are seen — All that he is, and what he late had been. Awhile, with curious eyes they scan The Chief who...(Developed even in jus.t success) Dim inklings of a hazy fiiture steal ; Their thoughts their questions well express : "Does the sad South still cherish hate?...
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The Poems of Herman Melville

Herman Melville - Poetry - 2000 - 349 pages
...his mien The victor and the vanquished both are seen — All that he is, and what he late had been. Awhile, with curious eyes they scan The Chief who...Washington; In pain must think, and hide the thought, - — Silent and patient; and they feel The Poems (Developed even in just success) of Herman Dim inklings...
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Secession, State, and Liberty

David Gordon - Business & Economics - 344 pages
The political impulse to secede -- to attempt to separate from central government control -- is a conspicuous feature of the post-cold war world. It is alive and growing in ...
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Willing Obedience: Citizens, Soldiers, and the Progress of Consent in ...

Elizabeth D. Samet - History - 2004 - 273 pages
...his mien The victor and the vanquished both are seen— All that he is, and what he late had been. Awhile, with curious eyes they scan The Chief who...thought, So deep with grievous meaning it is fraught. Lee can only ever be a temporary solution to Melville's difficulty because, like Washington himself,...
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Reading the Man: A Portrait of Robert E. Lee Through His Private Lettters

Elizabeth Brown Pryor, Robert Edward Lee - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 658 pages
...connection to Lee's personal life. Herman Melville, however, has the last word on this popular comparison. Who looks at Lee must think of Washington; In pain...and hide the thought, So deep with grievous meaning is it fraught. Herman Melville, "Lee in the Capitol," in The Battle-Pieces of Herman Melville, ed....
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