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As a war correspondent, Wilbur Fisk was an amateur, yet his letters to the Montpelier "Green Mountain Freeman" comprise one of the finest collections of Civil War letters in existence. But Fisk was no novelist. He was a rural school teacher from Vermont, primarily self-educated, who enlisted in the Union Army simply because he believed he would regret it later if he didn't. Between December 11. As a war correspondent, Wilbur Fisk was an amateur, yet his letters to the Montpelier "Green Mountain Freeman" comprise one of the finest collections of Civil War letters in existence. But Fisk was no novelist. He was a rural school teacher from Vermont, primarily self-educated, who enlisted in the Union Army simply because he believed he would regret it later if he didn't. Between December 11, 1861, and July 26, 1865, Fisk wrote nearly 100 letters from the battlefield. At the beginning of the war he was exuberant and eager for contact with the enemy. Two years later, Fisk was disillusioned and war weary: "The rebel dead and ours lay thickly together, their thirst for blood forever quenched. Their bodies were swollen, black and hideously unnatural. Their eyes glared from their sockets, their tongues protruded from their mouths, and in almost every case, clots of blood and mangled flesh showed how they had died, and rendered a sight ghastly beyond description. I though I had become hardened to almost anything, but I cannot say I ever wish to see another sight like that I saw on the battle-field of Gettysburg". Unlike professional war correspondents, Private Fisk had no access to rank or headquarters. Instead, he wrote of life as a private - as one of the foot soldiers who slept in the mud and obeyed orders no matter how incomprehensible. Books, Biography~~Biography General~~Biography: Historical, Political & Military, Hard Marching Every Day~~Book~~9780700606818~~Wilbur Fisk, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: University Press of Kansas]

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As a war correspondent, Wilbur Fisk was an amateur, yet his letters to the Montpelier Green Mountain Freeman comprise one of the finest collections of Civil War letters in existence. "Literary gems," historian Herman Hattaway calls them. "It would be believable that some expert novelist had created them."But Fisk was no novelist. He was a rural school teacher from Vermont, primarily self-educated, who enlisted in the Union Army simply because he believed he would regret it later if he didn't.Unlike professional war correspondents, Private Fisk had no access to rank or headquarters. Instead, he wrote of life as a private-as one of the foot soldiers who slept in the mud and obeyed orders no matter how incomprehensible. "As for the plans our superiors are laying out for us to execute," he wrote, "we know as little as a horse knows of his driver."Between December 11, 1861 and July 26, 1865, Fisk wrote nearly 100 letters from the battlefield to the Green Mountain Freeman, all of them signed "Anti-Rebel." At the beginning of the war he was exuberant and eager for contact with the enemy. In his first letter he boasted, "This regiment would relish a fight now extremely well."Two years later, after the battle of Gettysburg, Fisk was disillusioned and war weary. "The rebel dead and ours lay thickly together, their thirst for blood forever quenched. Their bodies were swollen, black, and hideously unnatural. Their eyes glared from their sockets, 19th century,americas,biographies and memoirs,civil war,historical,history,leaders and notable people,life and institutions,military,modern (16th-21st centuries) Biographies & Memoirs, University Press of Kansas

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For sheer description, these letters are unsurpassed. -- Civil War History. An unmatched record of the common Union soldier's life. -- Washington Post Book World. A marvelous account of the Civil War, equal or superior to any produced by the common soldier, North or South. -- Philadelphia Inquirer., [PU: University Press of Kansas]

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Hard Marching Every Day: The Civil War Letters of Private Wilbur Fisk, 1861-1865
Autor:

Fisk, Wilbur

Titel:

Hard Marching Every Day: The Civil War Letters of Private Wilbur Fisk, 1861-1865

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9780700606818

"For sheer description, these letters are unsurpassed". -- Civil War History. "An unmatched record of the common Union soldier's life". -- Washington Post Book World. "A marvelous account of the Civil War, equal or superior to any produced by the common soldier, North or South". -- Philadelphia Inquirer.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780700606818
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0700606815
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1994
Herausgeber: UNIV PR OF KANSAS
384 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,531 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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