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[ ≥≠∑ ] N O T E S O N T H E S O U R C E S epigraph ‘‘The Gettysburg Address’’ (Everett Copy), in Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, vol. 7, ed. Roy P. Basler (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1953), 21. november ‘‘Lycidas’’: Merritt Y. Hughes, ed., John Milton: Complete Poems and Major Prose (New York: Odyssey, 1957), 116–25. ‘‘Men call’d him Mulciber’’: Paradise Lost, ibid., 209–469. ‘‘The world is . . . di√erent now’’ (JFK’s inaugural address): Theodore C. Sorenson, Kennedy (New York: Harper and Row, 1965), 245. november 1: all saints ‘‘Hell is hopelessness’’: Juergen Moltmann, The Theology of Hope (New York: Harper and Row, 1974), 32. ‘‘Another order concerning the draft’’ and all subsequent information pertaining to President Lincoln’s daily activities are taken from Earl Schenck Meiers, Lincoln Day by Day: A Chronology 1809–1865 (Dayton, Ohio: Morningside, 1991). ‘‘The $300 commutation’’ order: Basler, ed., Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, vol. 6, 553–54. ‘‘confessed the power of the law’’: Shelby Foote, The Civil War: A Narrative (New York: Random House, 1963), vol. 2, 637. ‘‘every ward of every city’’: ibid. ‘‘civil unrest all across the North’’: ibid., 636. ‘‘struck in the forehead’’: Gregory A. Coco, On the Bloodstained Field (Holidaysburg, Pa.: Wheatfield Press, 1987), 13. ‘‘you form you own conclusion’’: ibid., 14. ‘‘ironic view of everything’’: Richard Reeves, President Kennedy: Profile of Power (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1993), 22. november 2: l. l. ‘‘Chrysostom’’: Moltmann, Theology of Hope, 23. ‘‘a few appropriate remarks’’: Frank L. Klement, The Gettysburg Soldiers’ Cemetery and Lincoln’s Address (Shippensburg, Pa.: White Mane, 1993), 10. ‘‘overstep the bounds of life’’: Moltmann, Theology of Hope, 19. ‘‘Camus’’: quoted in ibid., 23. ‘‘Somebody said that it couldn’t be done’’: ‘‘It Couldn’t Be Done,’’ by Edgar A. Guest, in It Can Be Done: Poems of Inspiration, ed. Joseph Morris and St. Clair Adams (New York: A. L. Burt and George Sully, 1921). november 3: pen and sword ‘‘Lincoln’s life was cold’’: William Herndon and Jesse W. Weik, Herndon’s Life of Lincoln (New York: Da Capo, 1983), 483. n o t e s o n t h e s o u r c e s [ ≥≠∏ ] ‘‘I would love him more if he were home more’’: ibid. ‘‘returned to his guest’’: Thomas Reeves, A Question of Character: A Life of John F. Kennedy (Rocklin, Calif.: Prima, 1992), 244. ‘‘less profile and more courage’’: ibid., 140. ‘‘personal aggrandizement’’: Herndon and Weik, Herndon’s Life of Lincoln, 427. ‘‘coached by Jacqueline’’: Nigel Hamilton, JFK: Reckless Youth (New York: Random House, 1992), xxiii. ‘‘hope seeking understanding’’: Moltmann, Theology of Hope, 33. november 4: lycidas ‘‘244,000 British’’: John Keegan, The Second World War (New York: Viking, 1989), 71. ‘‘19,000 killed’’: Martin Middlebrook, The First Day on the Somme: 1 July 1916 (London: Penguin, 1971), 263. ‘‘1,250,000 killed, wounded, and missing’’: S. L. A. Marshall, World War I (New York: American Heritage Press, 1964), 259. ‘‘743,000 killed in the war’’: Martin Gilbert, The First World War: A Complete History (New York: Henry Holt, 1992), 541. ‘‘wastage’’: Paul Fussell, The Great War and Modern Memory (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1975), 41. ‘‘rum ration’’: ibid., 47. ‘‘300,000 German and French’’: Alistair Horne, The Price of Glory: Verdun 1916 (New York: St. Martin’s, 1962), 327. ‘‘two and one-half million young men were dead’’: Marshall, World War I, 291. ‘‘Ivor Gurney’’: Fussell, Great War and Modern Memory, 74. ‘‘war of conquest’’: Huburtus Prinz zu Loewenstein, Deutsche Geschichte (Munich: F. A. Herbig, 1976), 493. (Fuer dieses Buch danke ich meine Intensivkurs Studenten, Justus-Liebig Universitaet Giessen: Gaby, Traute, Susanne, Annette, Sabrine, Patrick , Eike, Dagma, Heike, und Alexander.) ‘‘termed a ‘myth’ for good reasons’’: ibid. 489. ‘‘Germans lost the war because of two things’’: Marshall, World War I, 163. ‘‘yarns’’: zu Loewenstein, Deutsche Geschichte, 494. ‘‘air of over-adultness’’: Jon Stallworthy, Wilfred Owen (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1974), 29. ‘‘Keats was ever-present’’: ibid., 47. ‘‘worshipped Keats’’: ibid., 53. ‘‘Rosetti’’: ibid., 57. ‘‘I know I shall be killed’’: ibid., 261. ‘‘unseen voices’’: ibid., 69. ‘‘To eastward, too’’: John Stallworthy, ed., Poems of Wilfred Owen (New York: Norton, 1985), 175. ‘‘This is the Path of Glory’’: ibid., 177. ‘‘Up half-known roads’’: ibid., 149. ‘‘Muse, yews’’: ibid., 161. ‘‘A Tear Song’’: ibid. 120. ‘‘a fine, heroic feeling’’: John Bell, ed., Wilfred Owen: Selected Letters (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985), 207. ‘‘expressionless lumps’’: ibid., 208. ‘‘a certain...


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