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Michael Korda writes in Clouds of Glory: The Life and Legend of Robert E. Lee that “Lee was a gentleman, and the need to behave like a gentleman was more important to him than anything else, perhaps even victory.” At 832 pages, Clouds of Glory often moves as methodically as McClellan’s army through Virginia, with Lee’s formative years furnishing ample foreshadowing to the great battles of the Civil War.

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