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Very interesting analysis and made a lot of connections that were interesting.Published 2 months ago by puttgirl
A lot of information, but a slow, ponderous reading experience.Published 4 months ago by lawrence R hamilton
I must confess I bought this book used. I took it to the mountains to read on vacation. All was well until I got to Pg 58 (or maybe 54) when author Kaplan wrote that Lincoln had... Read morePublished 4 months ago by JRRTFAN
Really interesting -- necessarily an in-depth research project by the author. Well written, a compelling case for our favorite Lincoln seen as a writer -- which also involves his... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jane Maule
One of the best of the numerous Lincoln books I have read. It is not a chronicle of his political life, rather follows his education (mostly self) and explores reasons and methods... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gerald L Foley