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Fri Mar 21 17:06:58 2014 UTClccn-n810292140.06Confederate battle stories /0.180.24Civil War women : the Civil War seen through women's eyes in stories by Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, Eudora Welty, and other great women writers /14857551n 81029214574950Mac Sherry Frank DavidMacSherry Frank DavidMc Sherry Frank Davidlccn-n79022067Greenberg, Martin Harryedtlccn-n78046187Waugh, Charles G.(Charles Gordon)1943-edtlccn-n81100031Waugh, Carol-Lynn Rösseledtlccn-n79082292Doyle, Arthur Conan1859-1930lccn-n93044370Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n82034756Turtledove, Harrynp-mcdevitt, jackMcDevitt, Jacklccn-n82057236Harness, Charles L.lccn-n99047011Davin, Eric Leiflccn-n84221928Moore, Ward1903-1978McSherry, Frank D.FictionHistoryShort storiesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)United StatesGhost stories, AmericanWar stories, AmericanAmerican fiction--Women authorsWomenSouthern StatesDetective and mystery stories, AmericanManners and customsHorror tales, AmericanParanormal fictionShort stories, AmericanWomen--Social life and customsNew EnglandMaineIllinois--ChicagoUnited States--Confederate States of AmericaCity and town lifeWitchesParanormal fiction, AmericanMiddle WestMississippi River ValleyMississippi RiverAmerican fictionMassachusetts--BostonPiratesSea stories, EnglishSea stories, AmericanGhost stories, EnglishWestern storiesUnited States, WestTalesWitchcraftDetective and mystery storiesDetective and mystery plays, AmericanShort stories19271965197219731975198119851986198719881989199019911992199319941996199720042005200763234877813.0872PS648.C54ocn319810385ocn4685754256481ocn017648938book19880.22Civil War women : American women shaped by conflict in stories by Alcott, Chopin, Welty, and othersHistoryFictionFar from gunsmoke and cannon noise, the heroins of the Civil War forged a brave new era for American women. Nowhere is that watershed captured with more stunning intellect and humanity than in these spellbinding storied by ten acclaimed writers. From the taut action of Caroline Gordon's "Hear the Nightingale Sing" to the languor of Grace King's "Bayou l'Ombre," these stories span the North and South, slavery and freedom. In Kate Chopin's "The Locket," girls learn to romanticize war, while Louisa May Alcott's abolitionist nurse confronts its agony in "The Brothers." Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward gives new meaning to fidelity in "Comrades," while Rose Terry Cooke demystifies the making of "A Woman." After the violence of "Turkey Hunt" and the bitter loss of "The Battleground," Eudora Welty's "The Burning" shines as a towering portrait of survival and triumph4581ocn023254734book19910.16Civil War ghostsHistoryFictionThe Civil War depleted and destroyed the resources of our nation, taking, above all, an overshelming human toll. In a nation of only 30 million people, more than half a million died. It's not surprising that this war in which so many died before they could finish the business of living produced an extraordinary number of ghost stories+-+88268392353873ocn021079056book19900.24McSherry, Frank DCivil War women : the Civil War seen through women's eyes in stories by Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, Eudora Welty, and other great women writersHistoryFictionContains ten fiction stories, each of which focuses on the actions of one or more women during the Civil War, written by a variety of women authors including Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, and Eudora Welty+-+83975262153844ocn012557601book19810.16McSherry, Frank DTreasury of American horror stories"51 spine-chilling tales from every state in the Union plus Washington, D.C."--Jacket subtitle3514ocn024065189book19910.18Great American ghost storiesShort stories2933ocn015284793book19870.21Nightmares in Dixie : thirteen horror tales from the American SouthFiction2752ocn017440800book19880.18Dixie ghosts : haunting, spine-chilling stories from the American southFiction+-+K8204898452652ocn018780453book19890.17Murder and mystery in MaineFiction2584ocn017105648book19870.17Murder and mystery in ChicagoFictionIncludes stories by Sara Paretsky, Fredric Brown, Howard Browne, Edward D. Hoch, Robert Bloch, Craig Rice, James M. Ullman, Jon L. Breen, Ray Russell, Richard Connell, Dorothy B. Hughes+-+K0684989252571ocn025048034book19920.06Confederate battle storiesHistoryFictionShort stories+-+26468392353242312ocn017549910book19880.17Yankee witchesFiction2081ocn020993199book19900.17Ghosts of the heartland : haunting, spine-chilling stories from the American MidwestFiction+-+63158030061992ocn018052169book19880.21Mississippi River tales : from the American storytelling traditionFictionThis book is a collection of the best of this lore known as the Mighty Mississippi! A variety of adventures, battle, steamboat races, travel and a diversity of situations1921ocn015858313book19870.17Murder and mystery in BostonFiction1661ocn036407825book19970.19Civil War women II : stories by women about womenHistoryFiction+-+72398392351593ocn018414118book19880.19Pirate ghosts of the American coast : stories of hauntings at seaFiction1461ocn021037978book19900.20Western ghosts : haunting, spine-chilling stories from the American West+-+K4158030061451ocn030033851book19940.18More Dixie ghosts : more haunting, spine-chilling stories from the American SouthFiction+-+64478030063241431ocn017982831book19880.19Haunted New England : classic tales of the strange and supernaturalFiction1242ocn018350886book19890.15A Treasury of American mystery storiesFifty-one brain-teasing tales, one from each state in the Union plus the District of Columbia+-+8826839235+-+8826839235Fri Mar 21 15:43:15 EDT 2014batch12398