E. L. Doctorow


Saturday, October 15, 2005

E. L. Doctorow talks about The March. It's a historical novel set during the destructive campaign of General William T. Sherman, as he marched with his forces from Atlanta to Savannah toward the end of the Civil War. Doctorow tells Kurt how this new philosophy of "total war" empowered the people it defeated.


E. L. Doctorow

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