4 edition of Corporal Si Klegg and his pard found in the catalog.
Originally published: Cleveland, Ohio : Williams Pub. Co., 1887.With new introd.
|Statement||J.W. Henry Pub.|
|Publishers||J.W. Henry Pub.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
nodata File Size: 10MB.
They are, rather, how the Civil War veteran chose to remember himself in hindsight, some two decades after the momentous national and personal events that defined his life.
BookSleuth Can't remember the title or the author of a book? The path from an ordinary man to a soldier, thoughts, emotions and feeling of the latter are given through every day life of people during the war.
The non-violent use of the bayonet as a candlestick or roasting skewer was far more fascinating to Hinman than the movement of divisions and brigades fig.
Si Klegg was endearing to both former soldiers, who could laugh knowingly and nod in remembrance, and non-veterans, who enjoyed the humor and discovered new and remarkable details of army life with every page.
Create a Want Tell us what you're looking for and once a match is found, we'll inform you by e-mail.
1 June 1958 : 63-67, and H. Far removed from the war, veterans could enjoy humorous anecdotes of soldier life in all its dirty and miserable detail.
Coffin executed his work for Si Klegg more carefully than the simple engravings that had appeared in the Tribune but still maintained the cartoonish humor he loved. The narrative is simple and a little shaky, but has a ring of authenticity it's written by an actual Union soldier that is unlike any other war book I've ever read.
The same qualities that have relegated Si Klegg to the antiquarian niche market in the twentieth century guaranteed its mass market success in the nineteenth century.
Product Identifiers Publisher Book OnDemand LTD.
Coffin executed his work for Si Klegg more carefully than the simple engravings that had appeared in the Tribune but still maintained the cartoonish humor he loved.