3 edition of Cozzens found in the catalog.
D. E. S. Maxwell
|Series||Writers and critics series|
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|Number of Pages||119|
With The Last Adam Cozzens reached best seller ranks. This new novel, published three years later, shows the same in-seeing quality, the same ability to present his main character for what he is, with no judicial prerogative of the creator to weigh his virtues and his vices, his essential humanity and his essential compromises. Please see any and all photos connected with this listing. The dustjacket is a bit scuffed but all pages intact and legible. Clean. No store stamps. Pulitzer Prize-winning author James Gould Cozzens examines the ways in which freedom under the law operates in a democracy when a murder trial dominates the life of a small town.
In historian and novelist Dee Brown challenged traditional views of the Indian wars with his book Bury My Heart at Wounded Peter Cozzens, acclaimed author and editor of 17 Civil War and Indian war histories, again rethinks that clash of cultures in his book The Earth Is Weeping: The Epic Story of the Indian Wars for the American West. Frederic S. Cozzens Books, Frederic S. Cozzens Biography, Frederic S. Cozzens Quotes, Books by Frederic S. Cozzens, Frederic S. Cozzens's Biography, Frederic S. Cozzens poems, Frederic S. Cozzens facts, Read Frederic S. Cozzens books Free Online, Read Frederic S. Cozzens ebooks Online, Frederic S. Cozzens Acadia / A Month with the Blue Noses.
Thomas Baker, reviewing the book in Commonweal, expected more, noting that Cozzens "adds little to the vivid indictments of church culture he has made in his previous books." Writing in America, David Gibson called the book "eminently readable" and "a meditation as much as an analysis.". Cozzens has produced not only the definitive narrative account of Chickamauga but also one of the season's pre-eminent Civil War books."--Curt Johnson, Washington Times Peter Cozzens is a foreign service officer with the U.S. Department of State and the author of No Better Place to Die: The Battle of Stones River and The Shipwreck of Their.
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WINNER OF THE GILDER LEHRMAN PRIZE FOR MILITARY HISTORY Peter Cozzens is the author of seventeen books on the Civil War and the American West. He recently retired after 30 years as a Foreign Service Officer with the U.
Department of State. He also served four years as an Army officer before joining the Foreign Service. Father Donald Cozzens has written several Cozzens book non-fiction books about the state of the Catholic clergy. This, his first novel, exposes the same clericalism, in a fast moving, suspenseful sort of thriller/5(41).
Peter Cozzens is the author of sixteen critically acclaimed books on the American Civil War and the American West. Cozzens also is a recently retired Foreign Service Officer, U. Department of State.
His newest book, The Earth is Weeping: The Epic Story of the Indian Wars for the American West was published by Alfred A. Knopf in October /5. Looking for books by Donald Cozzens. See all books authored by Donald Cozzens, including Master of Ceremonies, and Freeing Celibacy, and more on In May, Cozzens, 79, released his second Cozzens book after writing six books of non-fiction.
Titled "Under Pain of Mortal Sin," Cozzens' latest book again broaches on some touchy subject matter. It's a.
Cozzens is a gifted writer It's one of the strengths of the book that Cozzens lets none of his cast of characters—Euro-Americans, Native Americans, political figures, military officers, and all the rest—off the hook for responsibility for what by: 3.
Cozzens writes movingly of both the heroism and suffering of the common soldiers and of the strengths and tragic flaws of their commanders. Enhanced by detailed battle maps and original sketches by the noted artist Keith Rocco, this book will appeal Cited by: 2. Peter Cozzens is the international-award winning author or editor of seventeen books on the American Civil War and the American West.
Cozzens also recently retired from a thirty-year career as a Foreign Service Officer, U. Department of State. Prior to joining. Peter Cozzens has 30 books on Goodreads with ratings. Peter Cozzens’s most popular book is The Earth Is Weeping: The Epic Story of the Indian Wars. By Love Possessed is a novel written by James Gould Cozzens in the middle s.
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Cozzens is a gifted writer It's one of the strengths of the book that Cozzens lets none of his cast of characters—Euro-Americans, Native Americans, political figures, military officers, and all the rest—off the hook for responsibility for what happened/5().
Guard of Honor, a Pulitzer Prize winner by James Gould Cozzens is a wonderful, leisurely read. It is social commentary set on an Air Force base in World War II. With subtly and nuanced observations, it looks at racism, gender roles, and personality differences/5.
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Cozzens is determined to debunk the main thrust of Brown’s one-sided book — that the government’s response to the so-called “Indian problem” was genocide.
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Cozzens, who heads Saint Mary Seminary and Graduate School of Theology in Cleveland, is a respected priest who previously authored a .Book plate of engineering dept. Univ. Utah on spine and their small stamp on lower part of title page. Small mis-folds to map, text and plates very clean and bright.
In very good condition. Issachar Cozzens Jr. () was a New York distiller. He also had an interest in natural history and political history, and collected maps, manuscripts.WINNER OF THE GILDER LEHRMAN PRIZE FOR MILITARY HISTORY Peter Cozzens is the author of seventeen books on the Civil War and the American West.
He recently retired after 30 years as a Foreign Service Officer with the U. S. Department of State. He also served four years as an Army officer before joining the Foreign Service.