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020    9781613762141 (electronic bk.) 
020    1613762143 (electronic bk.) 
020    9781558499638 (pbk.) 
020    9781558499621 (hbk.) 
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050 00 PS310.C585|bB37 2012 
082 00 811/.409358737|223 
100 1  Barrett, Faith,|d1965- 
245 10 To fight aloud is very brave|h[electronic resource] :
       |bAmerican poetry and the Civil War /|cFaith Barrett 
260    Amherst :|bUniversity of Massachusetts Press,|c2012.
       |e(Baltimore, Md. :|fProject MUSE,|g2013) 
300    1 online resource (328 p.) 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction: the rhetoric of voice in Civil War poetry --
       Shaping communities through popular song -- "We are here 
       at our country's call":nationalist commitments and 
       personal stances in Union and Confederate soldiers' poems 
       -- The lyric I and the poetics of protest: Julia Ward Howe
       and Frances Harper -- Addresses to a divided nation: Emily
       Dickinson, Walt Whitman, and the place of the lyric I --  
       Romantic visions and Southern stances: Henry Timrod, Sarah
       Piatt, and George Moses Horton --"They answered him aloud"
       : popular voice and nationalist allegiances in Herman 
       Melville's battle-pieces -- Epilogue: Civil War poetry in 
       the twentieth and twenty-first centuries 
588    Description based on print version record 
650  0 Patriotic poetry, American|xHistory and  criticism 
650  0 War poetry,  American|xHistory and criticism 
650  0 American poetry|y19th century|xHistory and criticism 
651  0 United States|xHistory|yCivil War, 1861-1985|xLiterature 
       and the war 
710 2  Project Muse 
856 40 |zFull text available: |uhttp://muse.jhu.edu/books/
       9781613762141/