Books by Richard Nelson Current

Released: May 23, 1997

"It's a tale of impossible dreams mostly fulfilled. (color and b&w illustrations, not seen)"
A biography of the unique performer once described as ``the beautiful girl who, in her floating draperies, swirls endlessly around in an ecstasy.'' With Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Read full book review >
Released: June 25, 1992

"A deeper study of the sociology of pro-Union sentiment in the South would have enhanced the text; but, still, an excellent and significant contribution to Civil War literature."
A meticulously researched treatment of a topic seldom examined by historians: the white Southerners, contemptuously called ``Tories'' by their Confederate brethren, who served in the Federal armies during the Civil War. Read full book review >