Kalinda or Alicia or Diane or even Will: they were all there at Lockhart Gardner longer than my character was.
When Lockhart returned to Alabama in 2007, his mother, Catherine Williams, felt like the Army had sent her the wrong soldier.
You begin to realize how much of the old Lockhart Gardner was, really, a marriage of Will and Diane.
Saul is out—a casualty of Lockhart's new regime—but he'll almost certainly get roped back in.
In May 2006, Lockhart got in an argument at Fort Carson that turned into a shoving match.
In a later number of the same year he reviewed Lockhart's biography.
General Lockhart was at the fort bearing his name, with a regiment of the 4th Brigade.
(p. 088) Lockhart need hardly have added, "or into that misery of miseries, the remorse of a poet."
The devoted conduct of Lockhart himself was worthy of his great relative.
Lockhart's "Life of Scott" is a favorite with all who read it.