Portrait of a father
University Press of Kentucky, 1988 - 79 páginas
Confederate John Singleton Mosby forged his reputation on the most exhilarating of military activities: the overnight raid. Mosby possessed a genius for guerrilla and psychological warfare, taking control of the dark to make himself the "Gray Ghost" of Union nightmares. Gray Ghost, the first full biography of Confederate raider John Mosby, reveals new information on every aspect of MosbyÕs life, providing the first analysis of his impact on the Civil War from the Union viewpoint.
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - DromJohn - LibraryThing
A rambling attempt to put meaning in a father's life, this book is only for those who list Robert Penn Warren as a favorite author. The ramblings will provide hints to other works. There's a paragraph ... Leer comentario completo
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In this brief, plainly written, poignantly honest journey into his family's past, the 83-year-old poet/novelist tries to separate facts from the tricks of memory in recalling his grandparents, his ... Leer comentario completo