The Perfect Tribute

The Perfect Tribute This Scarce Antiquarian Book Is A Facsimile Reprint Of The Original Due To Its Age, It May Contain Imperfections Such As Marks, Notations, Marginalia And Flawed Pages Because We Believe This Work Is Culturally Important, We Have Made It Available As Part Of Our Commitment For Protecting, Preserving, And Promoting The World S Literature In Affordable, High Quality, Modern Editions That Are True To The Original Work. A nice short look into Abraham Lincoln and the Gettysburg s address Lincoln is a very cool president. Short and sweet, this little fiction surrounding the creation of the Gettysburg Address will remind you of old school US History class and still being young enough to believe in heroes of the past A gem. So this was the early 20th century equivalent of a Hallmark movie Sentimental, schlocky, melodramatic, historically inaccurate, but oddly moving at moments. Everybody should readThe Gettysburg Address is one of the best ever made But Lincoln didn t think so The crowd didn t react Then Lincoln met a. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The story is not badly written, but is bad in general It s a fictional account of Lincoln s day at Gettysburg and how insecure he feels about his pithy little speech and how no one applauds and therefore it was a complete failure Scholars have interesting things to say about why no one applauded, but I will leave it at Andrews interpretation for the purpose of this review.The story goes from there back to Washington where Lincoln runs headlong into a young boy in a dither over his dying broth The story is not badly written, but is bad in general It s a fictional account of Lincoln s day at Gettysburg and how insecure he feels about his pithy little speech and how no one applauds and therefore it was a complete failure Scholars have interesting things to say about why no one applauded, but I will leave it at Andrews interpretation for the purpose of this review.The story goes from there back to Washington where Lincoln runs headlong into a young boy in a dither over his dying brother a Confederate prisoner who needs a will so that he can leave his property to his sweetheart and she will therefore be forced to accept it otherwise she s too prideful Lincoln, being a lawyer, volunteers his services and they go to the prison where he draws up the business for the bravely suffering young man In the course of their conversation, the soldier brings up the
Just picked this book up from a living history museum It offers some insights on the time leading up to and including November 19, 1863 and Lincoln s message there Good personal information One flaw thoughthe book indicates that Lincoln wrote the address while on the train and polished a
Black history month is February, unfortunately the shortest month of the year, but I try to make the most of it by focusing entirely on African American authors and literature related to Black history like this little gem. As many people know, I love studying President Lincoln, and I love very detailed and in depth books I still think this is a good book, but I didn t find it astounding, and in the end, it only told one simple story about a topic that should receive muchattention. Very interesting especially with what s going on with the country now A short little book about Lincoln found in my mom s bookcase Had no idea it was the most sold book about Lincoln and adapted into two movies Good book Nice writing.

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  • Paperback
  • The Perfect Tribute
  • Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
  • English
  • 07 July 2018
  • 0766195651