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My thoughts be bloody : the bitter rivalry that led to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln

Author: Nora Titone
Publisher: New York : Free Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A provocative new look at the man behind Lincoln's assassination and the intense sibling rivalry that motivated him to act.

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Genre/Form: Biographie
Biography
Case studies
Named Person: Edwin / 1833-1893 Booth; John Wilkes / 1838-1865 Booth; John Wilkes / 1838-1865 / family Booth; Abraham / 1809-1865 / Assassination Lincoln; Edwin Booth; John Wilkes Booth; Abraham Lincoln
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nora Titone
ISBN: 9781416586050 1416586059 9781416586067 1416586067 9781416586166 1416586164
OCLC Number: 918536340
Description: XIV, 479 Seiten, [8] Blätter : Illustrationen
Contents: pt. 1. 1821-1852. A famous rebel --
O brave new world --
This be madness --
A populous city --
Stand up for bastards --
pt. 2. 1853-1860. In the dust --
Brother, you have done me wrong --
A delicate and tender prince --
Destruction, death, and massacre --
Prepare for your execution --
pt. 3. 1861-1865. My brother, my competitor --
The working of the heart --
Beat down these rebels here at home --
My thoughts be bloody --
This play is the image of a murder --
Epilogue: the curtain falls.
Responsibility: Nora Titone.
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