To fight aloud is very brave : American poetry and the Civil War /
Focusing on literary and popular poets, as well as work by women, African Americans, and soldiers, the author considers how writers used poetry to articulate their relationships to family, community, and nation during the Civil War. She argues that the war changed the way American poets addressed th...
|Published:||Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, c2012.|
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