The House of the Prophet
The House of the Prophet is Auchincloss' searching novel of political philosopher, columnist, and advisor to American presidents, Felix Leitner. One of the most influential men of his time, Leitner will doubtless bring to many readers' minds the late Walter Lippmann.
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Manuscript of Felix Leitners My Youth and Parents Written in 1965 for Roger Cutter
Letter to Roger Cutter from Heyward Satterlee March 31974
First Chapter from the Privately Printed Memoirs of Frances Ward Leitner My Life and Law
Manuscript of Felix Leitners The Versailles Treaty and Me Written in 1965 for Roger Cutter
Memorandum of Grant Stowe Concerning the Partnership of Felix Leitner Prepared in 1959 in Connection with His History of Dinwiddie Stowe Wh...
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Gladys Leitners Account of the Summer of 1938 Written for Roger Cutter in 1974
My First Divorce Written for Roger Cutter in 1965
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Passages from the Paris Journal of Fiona Satterlee April 1946
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