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“Letters are among the most significant memorial a person can leave behind them.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The art of writing letters is a dying one in this modern age of electronic correspondence, so reading letters from the past is one way to become reacquainted with this this practice. It also gives us a peek into the private lives of the writers and insights into what they found important enough to write about.

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C.J. Heigelmann - Different Perspectives and Intimate Relationships During the American Civil War
FEATURED AUTHOR - Strongly influenced by the works of Homer, Hemingway, Tolkien, Twain, Emerson, Hawthorne, Alice Walker, and Whitman, C.J. Heigelmann fluently expresses his work through a unique style in the classic form of innocence and eloquence, balanced by raw truth and grit without pretension. As our Author of the Day, Heigelmann tells us all about his book, An Uncommon Folk Rhapsody. Please give us a short introduction to what An Uncommon Folk Rhapsody is about An Uncommon Folk Rhapsody is a novel about… Read more