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Still, if Roosevelt comes off as a flawed man, he remains a great one.
Both a biography as well as a wonderful story, Morris' Colonel Roosevelt is emotional in its story-telling as well as uncompromisingly fair to its subject.
With Colonel Roosevelt, Edmund Morris completes his excellent trilogy on the life and times of Theodore Roosevelt.
I have enjoyed reading the three books about Theodore Roosevelt by Edmund Morris. It was difficult to put the book down when it was at a critical place in his life... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ruth Thomas
I finished this book and went into a depression for several days. I felt like I lost a close relative. Uncle Teddy. Read morePublished 15 days ago by gregorah
The 3rd book in Edmund Morris's trilogy dealing with the life of Theodore Roosevelt, "Colonel Roosevelt", examines the final decade in the life of our 26th President from... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Paul L.
Excellent writing made this trilogy's length readable rather than daunting. This volume covered TR's activities, passions and commitments after his 2nd term as U. S. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carole D