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A touching memoir that unflinchingly examines the historical, philosophical, and emotional issues that we inherit from our past, Marching Through Georgia recounts the author's journey from Atlanta to Savannah, retracing General Sherman's march, examining the scars left by the Civil War, and answering questions about what it's like to be Southern.
Posted August 15, 2012
this book is sappy as yellow pine in spring. 50 year old guy lives at
home with daddy and mother. walks across georgia. horny as the live long
day. i hate when people say things like, they study the civil war to
find our what it means to be an ameican. what? the civil war is a great
and interesting story. if the author wants to know what it means to be a
southerner, he should investigate why he is still under the apron
strings of mother, at fifty--and not study a military movement a century
and a half ago.
Posted November 21, 2004
Read by the author himself, this is a gripping story and an ideal Christmas gift for anyone interested in the Civil War or simply the complex South.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.