History Through A Poet’s Eyes


HISTORY THROUGH A POET’S EYES Carl Sandburg’s books on Abraham Lincoln, far from traditional biography, remain unmatched for their vivid combination of mood, incident, and epochal sweep By HAROLD HOLZER The “elusive Lincoln is a challenge for any artist.”  So the poet, troubadour, journalist, and political activist Carl Sandburg declared (in combination warning and boast) […]

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