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Review: The March

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Roberta O'Hara

EL Doctorow's body of work is an impressive collection of fictionalized Americana. From BILLY BATHGATE to THE WATERWORKS to RAGTIME, Doctorow's central narrative themes have always had a uniquely American historical perspective. Now with his tenth novel, THE MARCH, he adds not only to his robust literary library but also to the growing library of work set (in whole or part) during the Civil War ... Read full review

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Review: The March

User Review  - Phil - Goodreads

I found The March a little less readable than the two other books I have read by Doctorow, "Homer and Langley" and "Billy Bathgate". That said, this is a beautifully written book. I tend to like ... Read full review

Review: The March

User Review  - J. Slowik - Goodreads

I can't say enough about how brilliant a book this is, but I'll try to be concise. To my mind, this is the Civil War novel, even though its focus rests primarily on Sherman's march to Savannah ... Read full review

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