Poets of the Civil War

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J. D. McClatchy
Library of America, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 211 pages
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An authoritative anthology of Civil War poetry and songs includes pieces by such writers as Walt Whitman, Herman Melville, and John Greenleaf Whittier, in a collection that reflects on such topics as the rise and fall of the Confederacy, the fight against slavery, and the assassination of Lincoln.
  

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A fine selection of poems from both sides of the Civil War. Read full review

Contents

I
1
II
4
III
11
IV
12
V
13
VI
15
VII
17
VIII
18
XXXV
123
XXXVI
126
XXXVII
128
XXXVIII
130
XXXIX
135
XL
138
XLI
142
XLII
145

IX
20
X
22
XI
27
XII
30
XIII
33
XIV
35
XV
50
XVI
51
XVII
52
XVIII
53
XIX
54
XX
63
XXI
65
XXII
68
XXIII
71
XXIV
72
XXV
74
XXVI
78
XXVII
79
XXVIII
80
XXIX
81
XXX
94
XXXI
96
XXXII
98
XXXIII
119
XXXIV
122
XLIII
147
XLIV
149
XLV
151
XLVI
152
XLVII
156
XLVIII
158
XLIX
163
L
165
LI
167
LII
168
LIII
169
LIV
173
LVI
177
LVII
179
LVIII
182
LIX
183
LX
186
LXI
188
LXII
193
LXIII
195
LXIV
198
LXVI
201
LXVII
204
LXVIII
212
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About the author (2005)

J. D. McClatchy is the author of four books of poems, two books of literary essays, & four opera libretti. He is the editor of "The Yale Review" & a chancellor of the Academy of American Poets.

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