The Civil War: A Narrative: Vol. 1: Seccession to Fort Henry

The Civil War: A Narrative: Vol. 1: Seccession to Fort Henry

Shelby Foote / Sep 22, 2019

The Civil War A Narrative Vol Seccession to Fort Henry None

  • Title: The Civil War: A Narrative: Vol. 1: Seccession to Fort Henry
  • Author: Shelby Foote
  • ISBN: 9780783501000
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Hardcover
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      • Shelby Foote

        Shelby Dade Foote, Jr was an American novelist and a noted historian of the American Civil War, writing a massive, three volume history of the war entitled The Civil War A Narrative With geographic and cultural roots in the Mississippi Delta, Foote s life and writing paralleled the radical shift from the agrarian planter system of the Old South to the Civil Rights era of the New South Foote was relatively unknown to the general public for most of his career until his appearance in Ken Burns s PBS documentary The Civil War in 1990, where he introduced a generation of Americans to a war that he believed was central to all our lives.


    1. 9/14/2003 - 10/10The Civil War is a very long (14 volumes, 4064 pages) but very detailed and rewarding look at the Civil War. There's not as much analysis of the social and political issues as there is in McPherson's Battle Cry of Freedom. It is pretty noticably lacking on slavery and the causes of the war. Instead, Foote's style is a much more personal narrative (no footnotes) strewn with lots of interesting little tidbits and tons of detail! The narrative was very readable (although the prose [...]

    2. Fantastic book! Not a dry historical piece at all. As the title says, the book is a 'narrative,' so it has a much more personal touch, and is spiced up by Footes very unique writing style and vocabulary. Loved it, although it was hard to follow the HUNDREDS of names and generals you will meet. The civil war was infinitely more complex than our high school history understanding leads us to believe! It's almost unfathomable how much research Foote has done into the Civil War, it's possible that th [...]

    3. I can't think of an edition of a book that I have enjoyed reading more. The text is excellent enough on its own, but the pictures and maps in this edition make it a real joy.

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