Patriotic Gore by Edmund Wilson

"Patriotic Gore" is a comprehensive study of American literature during and after the Civil War. The author examines the works of writers such as Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Oliver Wendell Holmes, among others, to present a nuanced understanding of how the war influenced American literature and culture. The book offers a unique perspective on the Civil War, focusing on the intellectual and cultural responses to the conflict rather than the military and political aspects.

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