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The March


In 1864, after Union general William Tecumseh Sherman burned Atlanta, he marched his 60,000 troops east through Georgia to the sea, and then up into ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.667

An American Treasure

by SeldomSeen on Sep 5, 2008

E.L. Doctorow is a quiet writer. He?s not trendy, flashy or artfully obtuse. He just tells rich, stories in American history. The March continues this tradition. Centered around Sherman?s infamous march through the South during the civil war, The March is masterful mix of people and cultures thrown ... More


Memory of the First Water

by perkinwarbeck on Feb 1, 2008

In the distant Seventies, my father and I might find ourselves watching the same movie on television. He felt compelled to ask me at some point if the story was real, or made up. At stake, I would guess, was the choice to commit himself emotionally, and he had half-convinced himself whatever it was ... More


Looting and Burning

by rejoyce on Sep 3, 2007

If there are virtues to the small novel of dailiness and domestic life, it's heartening to see a novel of ambition, epic scope, pacing, concision, and a multitude of characters such as E.L. Doctorow's The March, which reimagines General Sherman's infamous campaign during the Civil War. Remarkably even ... More

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