Best Friends: The Ordinary Relationships of Extraordinary People
This companion volume to "Letters Home" takes a creative look at 20 friendships that have strongly affected the course of western civilization. Chapters are included about the friendships of such notables as Samuel Johnson and James Boswell, Benjamin Franklin and George Whitefield, Abraham Lincoln and Alexander Stephens, Charlotte Bronte and Elizabeth Baskel, aand Winston Churchill and Clementine Churchill.
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