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  1. The March, E.L. Doctorow The March is a 2005 historical fiction novel by E. L. Doctorow. It won the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction (2006) and the National Book Critics Circle Award/Fiction (2005).

  2. Book Summary. Stunningly renders the countless lives swept up in the violence of a country at war with itself. The "Great March" in E. L. Doctorow's hands becomes something more – a floating world, a nomadic consciousness, and an unforgettable reading experience with awesome relevance to our own times. In 1864, after Union general William ...

  3. From the shrewd analytical mind of General Sherman, the stoicism of Wrede Sartorius, the compassion of Emily Thompson, the feistiness of Pearl and the comic relief of Arly, Doctorow show us the minds of his characters as they struggle to survive the cruelty of war. Which of these or other characters in the book do you think you would be most ...

  4. www.kirkusreviews.com › el-doctorow › the-marchTHE MARCH | Kirkus Reviews

    Sep 20, 2005 · Behind it all stalks the brilliant, conflicted, “volatile” Sherman, to whom Doctorow gives this stunning climactic statement: “our civil war . . . is but a war after a war, a war before a war.”. Doctorow’s previous novels have earned multiple major literary awards. The March should do so as well. 1. Pub Date: Sept. 20, 2005. ISBN: 0 ...

  5. Jan 12, 2021 · The March: A Novel. By E. L. Doctorow. 2005. 363 pages / 11 hours and 7 minutes. Fiction. —. I am remarkably tin-eared in regard to the books that fiction lovers actually read. So as I write about one of the more acclaimed writers of our time, I have little idea whether you will have read some of his work, all of his work (unlikely), or never ...

  6. Oct 18, 2005 · Alan Cheuse reviews E. L. Doctorow's latest novel, The March. It chronicles Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's devastating march through Georgia and the Carolinas during the Civil War.

  7. The March, a novel by E. L. Doctorow, follows an array of disparate characters through the final weeks of the Civil War. As General William Tecumseh Sherman marches his Union troops through Georgia and north through the Carolinas, they are joined by another growing army of followers — freed slaves and displaced well-to-do whites, all of whom are at a loss regarding what to do now that their ...

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