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Michael Shaara
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"He dreamed of Maine and ice black water; he awoke to a murderous sun."

Monday, June 29, 1863, Chapter 2, Chamberlain, p. 18

"The land west of Gettysburg is a series of ridges, like waves in the earth. The first Rebel infantry came in that way, down the narrow gray road from the mountain gap. At noon they were in sight of the town."

Monday, June 29, 1863, Chapter 3, Buford, p. 35

"What bothered him most was the blindness. Jeb Stuart had not returned. The army had moved all day in enemy country and they had not even known what was around the next bend. Harrison's news was growing old: the Union Army was on the move."

Monday, June 29, 1863, Chapter 4, Longstreet, p. 53

"Lee took a deep breath, testing his chest: a windblown vacancy, a breathless pain. He had a sense of enormous unnatural fragility, like hollow glass."

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