Recollections And Letters Of General Robert E. Lee

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 492 pages
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1904. This volume by the General's son includes and appendix of unpublished letters edited by William Taylor Thom. A narrative of the revered leader of the Southern Confederate Army written from the perspective of his loving and devoted. Contents: Services in the United States Army; The Confederate General; Letters to Wife and Daughters; Army Life of Robert the Younger; The Army of Northern Virginia; The Winter of 1863-4; Fronting the Army of the Potomac; The Surrender; A Private Citizen; President of Washington College; The Idol of the South; Lee's Opinion Upon the Late War; Family Affairs; An Ideal Father; Mountain Rides; An Adviser of Young Men; The Reconstruction Period; Mrs. R.E. Lee; Lee's Letters to His Sons; The New Home in Lexington; Failing Health; The Southern Trip; A Round of Visits; and Last Days.

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Most people know of Robert E. Lee as the South's beloved general of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. It is interesting that those five years seem to dominate the rest of his life, though he ... Read full review

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Robert E. Lee (1918-1984), a professor of playwriting at U.C.L.A., collaborated with Jerome Lawrence on thirteen plays, including "Inherit the Wind" & "Auntie Mame".

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