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 This volume by the General's son includes and appendix of unpublished letters edited by William Taylor Thom.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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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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