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This book packs a lot of knowledge in a very concise and easily While totally lacking on exploration of Reconstruction, "Drawn With The Sword" offers enlightening thought in every essay, with particular success explaining how Northern exceptionalism and Southern aggression contributed to war, as well as the exploration of Lincoln's enduring legacy/5.
Each essay in Drawn With the Sword reveals McPherson's own profound knowledge of the Civil War and of the controversies among historians, presenting all sides in clear and lucid prose and concluding with his own measured and eloquent opinions. Readers will rejoice that McPherson has once again proven by example that history can be both accurate Cited by: Drawn with the Sword: Reflections on the Civil War, by James M.
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Occasionally, a book Author: Historynet Staff. Now, in Drawn With the Sword, McPherson offers a series of thoughtful and engaging essays on some of the most enduring questions of the Civil War, written in the masterful prose that has become his with fresh interpretations, puncturing old myths and challenging new ones, Drawn With the Sword explores such questions as why the.
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The Image of a Drawn Sword book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Disorientated and overwhelmed by a sense of futility, Rey /5. Drawn with the Sword is is a collection of essays written by James McPherson. Its topic is the American Civil War.
However, McPherson chooses not to focus on the history of the battle. "Drawn with the Sword is an assured winner. These are among the finest essays from the pen of one of America's premier historians.
Written with verve and chock full of clever ideas and brilliant analysis, this book is certain to inform and impress its readers."—Joseph Glatthaar, Professor of History, University of Houston.
From the Publisher3/5(2). Drawn with the Sword Reflections on the American Civil War James M. McPherson. Offers a series of thoughtful and engaging essays on some of the most enduring questions of the Civil War; Written masterful by James M.
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Perhaps the best way to approach James M. McPherson's Drawn with the Sword: Reflections on the American Civil War is to start at the end rather than the beginning. In his final section, entitled "Historians and Their Audiences," Author: Thomas R. Turner. James M. McPherson is acclaimed as one of the finest historians writing today and a preeminent commentator on the Civil War.
Battle Cry of Freedom, his Pulitzer Prize-winning account of that conflict, was a national bestseller that Hugh Brogan, in The New York Times, called "history writing of the highest order." Now, in Drawn With the Sword, McPherson offers a series of 4/5(2).
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Martin. I could not seem to put the book down, I was mesmerized. As I continued to read on and focus on the next few stories, I found myself missing the first, but, that was soon to fade away upon reading Threshold by Elizabeth Haydon/5(3). Drawn With a Sword is the best explanation and examination of the imapct of the Civil War yet published, particularly in a one volume edition.
McPherson's essays clearly define what the Civil War was fought over and he is especially good at explaining why we Americans continue to hold the Civil War in such by: Drawn With The Sword by James M.
McPherson,Oxford University Press edition, in EnglishCited by: THE SWORD TRILOGY being THE SWORD IS DRAWN, SWORD IN SHEATH & AT SWORDS POINT, Unicorn Star Press,3 volumes, fine in wraps. Each volume is INSCRIBED by Andre Norton to a long time friend and with embossed stamp on the title page noting that this copy is from the library of Andre Norton.
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Drawn with the Sword is a slim volume consisting of 15 essays written by the Civil War historian James McPherson. All but the final essay was previously published, but in sources not readily accessible by the average reader.The Drawn Sword of God - The word of the LORD came to me: Mortal, set your face toward Jerusalem and preach against the sanctuaries; prophesy against the land of Israel and say to the land of Israel, Thus says the LORD: I am coming against you, and will draw my sword out of its sheath, and will cut off from you both righteous and wicked.
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