6 edition of Cobb"s ordeal found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Daniel W. Crofts.|
|Contributions||Crofts, Daniel W.|
|LC Classifications||F232.S7 C63 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 365 p. :|
|Number of Pages||365|
|LC Control Number||97025378|
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Cobb's Ordeal is a welcome addition to the growing shelf of first-hand narratives of rural life in the nineteenth-century South. Superbly edited by Crofts, the resulting record is an intimate portrait of male experience by a member of the South's much-heralded, but still understudied, 'plain folk.' (Journal of the Early Republic)Format: Hardcover.
Book Overview Daniel W. Cobb, a farmer and Cobbs ordeal book slaveholder from Virginia's rural tidewater, was unhappily married, resentful of his prosperous in-laws, and terribly lonely. His closest friend was the diary he kept for more than thirty momentous years in American history, from until his death at age sixty-one in His diary's intimate account of a troubled marriage provides a painfully frank chronicle of incompatibility.
The diary also illuminates the momentous impact of. His diary's intimate account of a troubled marriage provides a painfully frank chronicle of incompatibility.
The diary also illuminates the momentous impact of the Civil War and emancipation. Offering many insights into the oral culture from which he sprang, Cobb's Ordeal reveals the Cobbs ordeal book differences that separate his world from our own.
My third book, Cobb’s Ordeal: The Diaries of a Virginia Farmer, (University of Georgia Press, ), grew out of my research for Old Southampton. The devout, plainspoken Cobb wrote in a conversational style, candidly recording his innermost thoughts. Cobb's ordeal: the diaries of a Virginia farmer, [Daniel W Cobb; Daniel W Crofts] -- "Daniel W.
Cobb, a farmer and small slaveholder from Virginia's rural tidewater, was unhappily married, resentful of his prosperous in-laws, and terribly lonely. Daniel William Cobb () was a small but prosperous farmer in Southampton County, Virginia, who poured out some thirty years of disappointments and frustrations in his private diary.
The original diary was begun inas Cobb's recent marriage began to sour, and was continued regularly until his death in Author: Ellen Eslinger.
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The resulting book, The Essential Harold Cruse: A Reader, edited by Cobb with a foreword by Stanley Crouch, was published in ; it was listed as a Notable Book of The Year by Black Issues Book Review. It enhanced Cobb's stature among the African-American Studies community mater: Howard University, Rutgers University.
This book is almost pages but it has a bit everything: history, drama, humor, poetry, and illustrations. Overall, and excellent addition to a Lincoln library or to anyone with an interest in one of the greatest presidents of all time/5(18). His other books include two as-told-to memoirs by the pornographic film actress Linda Lovelace, Ordeal and Out of Bondage, and an instructional manual, 5/5(1).
Simon Schama's top 10 history books Cobb has the ability to inhabit the world he describes, and in this book he brings together archival sources with amazing literary power.
The Ordeal of Author: Guardian Staff. Philip L. Cobb, ( - ) of Cleveland, OH, was a descendant of the Thomas Cobb of Boston line and author of A History of The Cobb Family (Barnstable Family) [Part I (), Part II () and Part III ()]; and then the Boston Family line [Part IV ()].
He was the researcher and compiler of the history of those Cobb books. Elizabeth Cobbs holds the Melbern Glasscock Chair in American History at Texas A&M University and is a senior fellow at Stanford's Hoover is an historian, commentator, and author of eight books including three novels, a Children: Gregory Shelby and Victoria Shelby.
In an excerpt from his new biography "Ty Cobb: A Terrible Beauty," Charles Leerhsen examines Cobb's rivalry with Babe Ruth as the Dead Ball era came to a close and a new style of baseball : Charles Leerhsen.
Cobb, a senior equipment operator, worked for the city for 20 years. Haizlip, a vehicle operator, had 12 years of service. It’s not clear why the two men disliked each other, police said. Jonas Cobb is a villain who appears as the main antagonist of Season 8 of NCIS.
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