Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Lincoln in the Bardo

TitleLincoln in the Bardo
AuthorGeorge Saunders
Call NumberMcNaughton
Location1st Floor McNaughton
RatingRecommended
Book ReviewThis is one of the strangest books that I have ever read. The year is 1862, the setting is a grave yard in Washington. President Lincoln goes to the cemetery to say goodbye to and mourn the death of his beloved son, Willie. Little does know the odd assortment of spirits that witness his visit. The conversations and reactions of these souls make for a unique story.
Submitted ByCathy Elliott
Department or MajorLaw Library
StatusStaff
Chapman Emailbias@chapman.edu

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