The Civil War Era: A Historical Exploration of Literature

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James H. Meredithauthor

James H. Meredith is the Graduate English Faculty Lead, Colorado State University—Global Campus. He is a Past President of The Ernest Hemingway Foundation and Society and has researched war literature and film around the world. His books include Understanding the Literature of World War II and Understanding the Literature of World War I.

The Civil War Era: A Historical Exploration of Literature

20180531

Greenwood

Pages 272
Topics American History

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The Civil War Era: A Historical Exploration of Literature

Author(s): Meredith, James;
Contributors: Meredith, James;
Abstract:

This intriguing study examines the truth behind the myths and misconceptions that defined the American Civil War, as portrayed through the popular literary works of the time.


• Outlines key events and developments and provides context for the historical period and work

• Aligns with Common Core standards in English language arts and social studies

• Discusses six major writers of the Civil War Era

• Supplies educators with ready reference work that aligns with Common Core Standards in English Language Arts (ELA) in Social Studies

• Gives readers insight into how literature and other art forms reflect the social conditions and are inspired by events of the time

SortTitle: civil war era: a historical exploration of literature
Keyword(s): American History
Author Info:
James H. Meredithauthor

James H. Meredith is the Graduate English Faculty Lead, Colorado State University—Global Campus. He is a Past President of The Ernest Hemingway Foundation and Society and has researched war literature and film around the world. His books include Understanding the Literature of World War II and Understanding the Literature of World War I.

eISBN-13: 9781610697026
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Print ISBN-13: 9781610697019
Imprint: Greenwood
Pages: 272
Publication Date: 20180531
Series: Historical Explorations of Literature