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Texas Sunrise Two Novels of the Texas Republic (Paperback)

Author:  Elmer Kelton
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0765321912
ISBN-13: 9780765321916
Sku: 211537869
Publish Date: 2/2/2010
Pages:  363
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Beloved author Kelton brings together two novels that tell the story of the Texas Revolution as seen by two brothers who emigrate to Texas at a time when the Mexican-controlled province welcomes settlers.
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In Massacre at Goliad, a pair of brothers arrives in the Mexican-controlled province of Texas only to witness the outbreak of the revolution, and in After the Bugles, Joshua struggles to start over in a new republic that is finding its independence as challenging as its former colonial status. Reprint.
In Massacre at Goliad, tensions mount between Mexican authorities and American newcomers. Revolution is in the air, something Thomas Buckalew welcomes but his brother Joshua fears, since Joshua is in love with a Mexican girl. The story touches on the immortal battle of the Alamo but centers on the infamous Goliad massacre, and ultimately the decisive battle of San Jacinto, which made Texas an independent republic.||After the Bugles begins where Massacre at Goliad ends—on the battlefield at San Jacinto. Joshua Buckalew tries to put the pieces back together but finds that starting over in the aftermath of war can be as challenging as the war itself. The racial differences that helped foment the conflict have not gone away. And Texas finds that being an independent republic can be more difficult than being a colonial extension of Mexico.

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