Complete Romance History War & Drama by Thomas Dixon

Complete Romance History War & Drama

byThomas Dixon

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Contents
The Root of Evil (1911)
Comrades: A Story of Social Adventure in California (1909)
The Man in Gray: A Romance of North and South
The Southerner: A Romance of the Real Lincoln (1913)
The Sins of the Father: A Romance of the South (1912)
A Man of the People: A Drama of Abraham Lincoln (1920)
The One Woman: A Story of Modern Utopia (1903)
The Foolish Virgin (1915)
The Victim: A Romance of the Real Jefferson Davis (1914)
The Clansman: An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan (1905)
The Fall of a Nation (1916)


The Root of Evil-
The splendid strength of this tale lies in the conflict between James Stuart and Nan in which love and desire of luxury struggle for mastery. How money proves to be the corrupting influence in many lives is the tremendous theme of Mr. Dixon's new book.

The Man in Gray: A Romance of North and South-
An intensely stirring historical romance centering around the picturesque figure of Robert E. Lee.

The Southerner: A Romance of the Real Lincoln (1913)-
A lifelike character study of Lincoln, "the first southern-born president," giving in the prologue a touching picture of the boy and his mother, and glorifying the man by blackening the characters of almost all his associates. A slight love story holds the disjointed scenes together.

The One Woman: A Story of Modern Utopia (1903)-
A love story and character study of three strong men and two fascinating women. In swift, unified, and dramatic action, we see Socialism a deadly force, in the hour of the eclipse of Faith, destroying the home life and weakening the fiber of Anglo Saxon manhood.

The Victim: A Romance of the Real Jefferson Davis (1914)-
In the historical romance which I have woven of the dramatic events ofthe life of Jefferson Davis I have drawn his real character unobscuredby passion or prejudice. Forced by his people to lead their cause, hisgenius created an engine of war so terrible in its power that through itfive million Southerners, without money, without a market, withoutcredit, withstood for four years the shock of twenty million men oftheir own blood and of equal daring, backed by boundless resources.

The Fall of a Nation (1916)-
This novel is not a rehash of the idea of a foreign conquest of America based on the accidents of war. It is a study of the origin, meaning and destiny of American Democracy by one who believes that the time is ripe in this country for a revival of the principles on which our Republic was founded.

Title:Complete Romance History War & DramaFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 28, 2015Publisher:AGEB PublishingLanguage:English

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