Book reviews and feature essays in this issue of the Civil War Book Review touch on familiar topics—emancipation, Lincoln’s relationship to African Americans, the Civil War in an international context, commander biographies, Civil War unit histories, gender, southern culture, and Civil War era literature. However, the essays and books featured herein approach these familiar topics from new angles and, as a result, provide fresh insight into otherwise standard subjects.
Hobson, Jeffery Hardin
"New Framing for Familiar Topics,"
Civil War Book Review: Vol. 25
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