Abraham Lincoln: The Evolution of His Literary Style
University of Illinois Press, 2000 - English language - 58 pages
A study that surveys the literary sources that shaped the writings of Abraham Lincoln, a man whose own utterances are inscribed on America's cultural memory. It investigates how his knowledge of a wide range of literature - from newspapers and law books to poetry and natural philosophy - influenced his writing.
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Abraham Lincoln: The Evolution of His Literary Style, Volume 1
Daniel Kilham Dodge
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