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Gettysburg

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Department
English
Course Code
ENG250Y1
Professor
Alan Ackerman

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Lincoln – Gettysburg Address
Call to constant interpretation
Saying vs quoting
Each is always both
Creative destruction
Lincoln and Douglass friends and alike
Draw on past to make new
Abstract, real vs ideal
Driven back, no parti cular issue about the battle or slavery
Reinterpret constitution in Declaration
Forge new nation by remembering
Letter to spirit
Interpret civil war, words complete work of gun
Becoming a man
GAVE lives vs lost lives
Balance of thought and phrase
Then and now
Birth and death
Simple, colloquial
New birth and regeneration
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Lincoln Gettysburg Address Call to constant interpretation Saying vs quoting Each is always both Creative destruction Lincoln and Douglass friends and alike Draw on past to make new Abstract, real vs ideal Driven back, no particular issue about the battle or slavery Reinterpret constitution in Declaration F
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