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The Gettysburg Address : perspectives on Lincoln's greatest speech

Auteur : Sean Conant
Éditeur: New York : Oxford University Press, [2015]
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Résumé:
It remains without question the most memorable and memorized speech in American history. In 272 words, spoken on November 19, 1863, among the freshly dug graves of the Union dead at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Abraham Lincoln evoked and distilled the profound significance of the terrible war in which the nation was engaged. This volume aims to place Lincoln's words in their full context. Edited by the country's  Lire la suite...
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Personne nommée: Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln; Abraham (1809-1865) Lincoln
Type d’ouvrage: Ressource Internet
Type de document: Livre, Ressource Internet
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Sean Conant
ISBN: 9780190227456 0190227451 9780190227449 0190227443
Numéro OCLC: 892700217
Description: xvi, 350 pages ; 24 cm
Contenu: Part I. Influences --
Classical democracy and the Gettysburg Address / Nicholas P. Cole --
"We here highly resolve": the end of compromise and the return to revolutionary time / Robert Pierce Forbes --
Democracy at Gettysburg / Sean Wilentz --
Daniel Webster, Abraham Lincoln, and the Gettysburg Address / Craig L. Symonds --
"Of all, by all, for all": Theodore Parker, transcendentalism, and the Gettysburg Address / Dean Grodzins --
Death and the Gettysburg Address / Mark S. Schantz --
Shared suffering and the way to Gettysburg / Chandra Manning --
Little note, long remember: Lincoln and the murk of myth at Gettysburg / Allen C. Guelzo --
Part II. Impacts --
"A new birth of freedom": emancipation and the Gettysburg Address / Louis P. Masur --
"The great task remaining before us": Lincoln and Reconstruction / George Rutherglen --
Immigration and the Gettysburg Address: nationalism and equality at the gates / Alison Clark Efford --
Engendering the Gettysburg Address: its meaning for women / Jean H. Baker --
The Gettysburg Address and civil rights / Raymond Arsenault --
Widely noted and long remembered: the Gettysburg Address around the world / Don H. Doyle --
The search for meaning in Lincoln's great oration / Thomas A. Desjardin --
Appendix: the five copies of the Gettysburg Address.
Responsabilité: edited by Sean Conant ; foreword by Harold Holzer.

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