“The Good Lord Bird” is a work of historical fiction that takes a satirical approach when portraying John Brown in both James McBride’s novel and Ethan Hawke’s portrayal of John Brown in the limited series on Showtime.
The “Good Lord Bird” is a work of historical fiction that misrepresents John Brown as insane, and like the movie “Santa Fe Trail,” preserves the image of John Brown as an insane abolitionist who has no impulse control whatsoever.
Remember the old “Christmas in October” project once held every year? That was the one in which everyone pitched in to make improvements at the homes of senior residents.
Months before “Tenet” and “Unhinged” hit theaters and COVID-19 had not become “a thing” looming over us, Hollywood was banking that both films would bring millions into theaters upon release.
The pro-slavery forces in Kansas Territory had the federal government’s backing in their militant campaign against both the peaceful and militant abolitionists who opposed the legalization of slavery in Kansas Territory.
It’s here, people. After all these months of rising numbers of infections due to COVID-19, Miami County has lost one of its residents to that plague.
John Brown was a guerilla fighter, and one of the main tactics that guerilla fighters use to combat their enemies is to utilize psychological means to instill fear into their enemies that is out of proportion to their real ability to inflict violence upon their enemies.
The Women’s Relief Corps of the Grand Army of the Republic was the women’s auxiliary of the Grand Army of the Republic, which was the Union Civil War veterans’ organization.
Call it déjà vu, a flashback, or even a jogged memory — whatever you will — but I remembered why all these Covid precautions seem so familiar.