Journey through the tumultuous times of the Civil War with Augusta J. Evans' "St. Elmo." Set in Alabama, this domestic fiction intertwines love, betrayal, and redemption against the backdrop of one of America's most defining periods. Evans masterfully crafts a tale that delves deep into the human spirit, exploring the complexities of love and the scars of war.
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