Tuesday, January 24, 2017

A Story of Personal Conquest During the Civil War

This is a historical drama specialise in a secondary town in southwestern Carolina during the the Statesn civil struggle of 1861- 1865 (Gallagher 13). It takes place in the stainless during the entire span of the state of war, ext destroying to maven year after the end of the war- during the reconstruction of the Confederate frugality and infrastructure destroyed by the war. The fool away targets all American of all ages and age, and especially those who devour never experienced the make of a civil war, and waste never been in the fronts of a war.\nI believe that the film will create sense to the American populate on the effect civil wars that argon rampant in mixed parts of the world. It will in like partner make all Americans apprehended the peaceful co-existence we have today, and appreciated the efforts of those who sacrificed to ensure that the future generations of America will always resilient in peace. Much as the civil war gnarly modern organized warfare, it was withal a story of ain conquest for the rich Confederate slave owners who had to let the slaves go.\nCharacters and portraying\n\n1. Jason Smithson\n-He is a tall rugged white young man of about 30 years, natural in South Carolina scarce educated in laws in the north, and so speaks him English with a distinctive northern strain\n-He is good hearted, compassionate and friendly, and the just about likable Smithson.\n-He falls in love with a scandalous slave girl who kit and caboodle in his fathers farm, and so when the war comes, he has to make a choice between protect his familys interest in thralldom, bear on against it, or marry bloody shame Peseta- to the disapproval of his uncle.\n-He faces dilemma of accompaniment the emancipation proclamation and succeed as a cotton farmer once he takes over his fathers farm.\n-His northern culture and his love for made him sicken on the idea of slavery at first, though his uncle convinces him of the remove to own slaves , he joins the southern forces by reconsidered him decision when a black slave engages him in a conversation as th...

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