Abraham and mary lincoln by kenneth j winkle, southern illinois university press, 2011 jala review abraham lincoln and horace greeley by gregory borchard, southern illinois university press, 2011 jala review lincoln and his books: reading with lincoln by robert bray, southern illinois university press, 2010. If we accept as a thesis that the measure of a man is the friends that he keeps, then what better way to know abraham lincoln than to review the record of his close personal friendships donald reviews the scant evidence of lincoln's early childhood friendships, his close relationship with joshua speed, his relationship with. This bibliography of abraham lincoln is a comprehensive list of written and published works about or by abraham lincoln, 16th president of the united states in terms of primary sources containing lincoln's letters and writings, scholars rely on the collected works of abraham lincoln, edited by roy basler, and others. A guide to the deluge of books occasioned by the 200th anniversary of abraham lincoln's birth mcpherson recommends a lincoln: a biography, by ronald c white jr (random house, $35), as “the best biography of lincoln since david donald's 'lincoln' (1995)” white's major new work does cover all. David donald's lincoln is a comprehensive history of the life of abraham lincoln written in 1995, the biography is revered by those in the historical community as one of the best depictions of lincoln and his role within the civil war donald utilizes lincoln's personal papers more than any other biographer and sheds light. In 1995, david herbert donald published a comprehensive, birth-to-death study of lincoln, entitled lincoln, that impressed most reviewers that year, including however, lincoln emerges as a chief executive who, with steadfastness of purpose and constant humor, resisted political pressures and personal. We are lincoln men: abraham lincoln and his friends [david herbert donald] on amazoncom of our sixteenth president, two-time pulitzer prize-winner david herbert donald examines the significance of friendship in abraham lincoln's life and the role it author interviews, book reviews, editors picks, and more. David herbert donald began his distinguished career in 1948 with lincoln's herndon, a life of abraham lincoln's law partner and early lincoln in american memory, published just last year, merrill d peterson took mr donald to task for having so heavily emphasized lincoln's political flexibility,.
Lev grossman, in his jan 31, 2008 time magazine essay, the lincoln compulsion, made this intriguing observation: there have been more books about abraham lincoln than any other american. The central concept of the book -- that lincoln can be better understood by studying his friendships -- is sound unfortunately, donald tries to gussy things up with references to pedestrian scientific models of friendship and attempts to see whether lincoln's friendships match the models -- an enterprise of dubious value. Biography of abraham lincoln - lord charnwood abraham lincoln: a life - michael burlingame a lincoln: a biography - ronald white lincoln - david herbert donald abraham lincoln: a biography - benjamin thomas lincoln the unknown - dale carnegie team of rivals: the political genius of abraham lincoln. We believe we have demonstrated that the second inaugural communicates lincoln's belief in a personal, sovereign god we recognize, however, that grounds for possible dissent remain david donald says that lincoln's language lifted “his own responsibility for the conflict if there was guilt, the burden had been.
For nearly half a century, david donald's book reviews sensibly reserved praise for those who earned it—and his students and colleagues were in the same boat furthermore, in remarks to national public radio on abraham lincoln's bicentennial celebration in february 2009, historian eric foner remarked that david. Perhaps the most well-known biography is lincoln, by the late historian david herbert donald eric foner, a professor of history at columbia university and author of the fiery trial: abraham lincoln and american slavery, recommends donald's book as the best one-volume account of lincoln's life. A masterful work by pulitzer prize–winning author david herbert donald, lincoln is a stunning portrait of abraham lincoln's life and presidency plucked from obscurity—though he liked to say he never lost a direct election, his most recent political adventure had been losing a senatorial race to stephen read full review.
Forty years ago david herbert donald wrote a penetrating essay, getting right with lincoln, that analyzed the penchant of american public figures for squaring in 1890 lincoln's presidential private secretaries, john g nicolay and john hay, offered their ten-volume abraham lincoln: a history, which remains the most. Abraham lincoln – ten of the best biographies lincoln is probably my favorite american president, and he is seemingly one of the most celebrated presidents 1 lincoln by david herbert donald many critics agree that if you are only going to read one lincoln biography, this is the one to read.
“ronald c white, an acknowledged expert on the speeches of abraham lincoln, has now taken in hand a full-length biography lincoln: a biography in 1952 stephen b oates's with malice toward none: the life of abraham lincoln in 1977 and david donald's lincoln in.
James g randall harry pratt david herbert donald richard n current william hesseltine t harry williams r eviewers figure 2 reviews of books about abraham lincoln published in the mississippi valley historical review and the journal of american history, 1914–2005, by reviewer number of reviews. Abraham lincoln and the civil war were so important in shaping american life that readthespirit regularly updates our abraham lincoln resource page— packed with columns, materials for small groups, reviews, sample sermons—and much more visit that resource page to find additional columns. Here's a footnote to this bit of history: both fdr and his attorney general, homer cummings, tried to recruit abraham lincoln to their cause after all, roosevelt the great lincoln scholar david donald, under whom i studied, years ago wrote a wonderful essay called “getting right with lincoln” donald. Donald brilliantly depicts lincoln's gradual ascent from humble beginnings in rural kentucky to the ever-expanding political circles in illinois, and finally by the new york times book review, this landmark work gives us a definitive account of lincoln's lifelong engagement with the nation's critical issue:.