Confederates in the Attic: Dispatches from the Unfinished Civil War - Chapter 10 Virginia and Beyond: The Civil Wargasm Summary & Analysis

Tony Horwitz
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Chapter 10 Virginia and Beyond: The Civil Wargasm Summary and Analysis

Upon returning from Mississippi, Horwitz received a call from Rob Hodge inviting him to accompany him on his annual "Civil Wargasm," a whirlwind week-long tour of as many Civil War sites as possible. The account of the trip makes up Chapter 10, and is a one of the longer portions of the book.

They make the trip dressed in period Civil War garb. Horwitz told Hodge he wanted to travel as a Federal soldier, and on the day before they planned to leave he went to Hodge's apartment to pick up the clothes Hodge would lend him. At Hodge's apartment he met his girlfriend, Caroline, who had met Hodge at the restaurant where he worked. She was not a Civil War buff, but she told Horwitz she thought Hodge probably...

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