First published Indiana University Press, 1959.
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A Rebel's Recollections () by George Cary Eggleston (Author)/5(3). A Rebel's Recollections [Eggleston, George Cary] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Rebel's Recollections/5(3). A Rebel's Recollections book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Originally published in , George Cary Eggleston's memoir /5. a rebels recollections pages. This memoir is a nostalgic and often amusing collection of essays based on the author's experiences during the War Between the States/5(40).
A REBEL'S RECOLLECTIONS. CHAPTER I. THE MUSTERING, THAT was an admirable idea of De Quincey's, formally to postulate any startling theory upon which he desired to build an argument or a story, and to insist that his readers should regard the postulate as proved, on pain of losing altogether what he had to say. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . A Rebel's recollections by George Cary Eggleston; 17 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Confederate Personal narratives, History, United States Civil War, , Confederate States of America, Social life and customs, Confederate States of America. Army, Military life, Personal narratives, Women; Places: Confederate States of . One of the most delightful and important works in the body of American Civil War memoirs, George Eggleston’s account is funny, informative, bitter, and sad.
LibriVox recording of A Rebel's Recollections by George Eggleston. Read in English by Lee Smalley George Cary Eggleston's Civil War memoir begins with a separate essay on the living conditions and political opinions of Virginia’s citizenry before secession. He provides compelling portraits of his heroes from the war, lavishing praise on Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and especially Jeb , A Rebel's Recollections had gone through four editions, suggesting how well it reflected the mood of the nation, which by then wanted to forget angry sectionalism and glorify the soldiers of both sides in an idealized Author: George Cary Eggleston. [Go to “A Rebel’s Recollections” June , July , August , September , October , November , December ]. I. The Mustering. That was Author: George Cary Eggleston. One of the most delightful and important works in the body of American Civil War memoirs, George Eggleston's account is funny, informative, bitter, and sad. Written ten years after the end of the war, he extends a hand to his former Union foes, no.