The Bright Sword

  • Title: The Bright Sword
  • Author: Eleanor Perenyi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Bright Sword A novel of the last year of the Civil War when the Confederate General Hood and his Army of Tennessee were fought to a frazzle is based on the historical and military annals of these months For Hood t
    A novel of the last year of the Civil War when the Confederate General Hood and his Army of Tennessee were fought to a frazzle is based on the historical and military annals of these months For Hood there is the unrequited courtship of Buck Campbell Her brother dies under his command and the following weeks see brutal annihilation A sober record, with the romancA novel of the last year of the Civil War when the Confederate General Hood and his Army of Tennessee were fought to a frazzle is based on the historical and military annals of these months For Hood there is the unrequited courtship of Buck Campbell Her brother dies under his command and the following weeks see brutal annihilation A sober record, with the romance largely that of courage and endurance, and the final accounting is made with fitting fortitude.

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      Published :2019-08-14T02:59:59+00:00

    About Eleanor Perenyi


    1. Eleanor Perenyi January 4, 1918 May 3, 2009 was a gardener and author on gardening She wrote Green Thoughts, a collection of essays based on her own experiences as a gardener The book drew on her work on her husband s castle described in her 1946 publication More Was Lost Green Thoughts was reviewed by Brooke Astor in The New York Times.Eleanor Perenyi was the daughter of Navy officer, Ellis S Stone and Grace Zaring Stone, who wrote her anti Nazi novel Escape under the pseudonym Ethel Vance in order not to jeopardize the safety of her daughter, who lived at the time in Europe with her Hungarian baron husband.Perenyi was given an award in literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1982 from


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