This is a near fine (almost like new) leather-bound hardcover. 1984 Easton Press. This copy is crisp and clean inside and out. The pages are crisp and clean with no markings seen. Bound in full genuine leather, it is one of the Easton Press Military History series, collectors editions. Bound in maroon leather, it features all 3 page edges tipped in gold gilt with gold design and title/author lettering along spine. Silk moire endpapers. Smyth sewn binding with raised (hubbed) spine along with attached satin bookmark make Easton Press collectors books among the finest bindings. This set includes the accompanying Military History bookplate and collectors notes laid in.
The attached satin book mark was worn at bottom and has been trimmed but is in place and attached. Medium octavo book size or 6.5" x 9.5" with 412 pages including index.
Lee and Grant: A Dual Biography by Gene Smith is a parallel bio of the two generals. The two could not have been more different. Grant was a product of the working class, plain and basic while Lee was an aristocrat, charming and well appointed. One would go down in history as saving the Union while the other was relegated to a life that highlighted his failures and choices. Regardless, both left their lasting impact on history. This biography reveals the opposite nature and personal differences between the two soldiers.
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