Wilderness: A Tale of the Civil War

Wilderness: A Tale of the Civil War

Wilderness: A Tale of the Civil War

Wilderness: A Tale of the Civil War

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If the mountain had not gleamed so white.

If yonder, under the peaks, the snaggled line of the fir forest had not been so blue-black, against the white.

If the sky above that glitter of snow on the Zelzsteinberg had not been heart-breaking with the innocence of new blue. If one puff of cloud, white as whipped cream, had not lounged high in that washed glitter of blue. If the world had not been absolute in beauty.

If none of these things had been as they were, he, Adam Rosenzweig, might have fled inward into the . . .

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