No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet

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A.A. Knopf, 1945 - Mormon Church - 476 pages
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The classic biography of the founder of the Mormon church, this book attempts to answer the questions that continue to surround Joseph Smith. Was he a genuine prophet, or a gifted fabulist who became enthralled by the products of his imagination and ended up being martyred for them?

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Brodie is an excellent writer and thorough historian. - Goodreads
Flawed research is evident, but I enjoyed the read. - Goodreads
Historicaly, her research was impressive. - Goodreads
Her account is easy to read and one does not ever get t - Goodreads
In terms of research, this book is fantastic. - Goodreads
Well written and precise in it's research. - Goodreads

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This book is VERY interesting. It is well researched and full of fascinating info on the life of Joseph Smith. Fawn Brodie is carefully to present the information as is and rarely places her own ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jonathan Blake - Goodreads

Very engaging history. Of all the histories of Joseph Smith that I've read, this made me feel most intimate with him as a person. However, the author seemed too willing to presume to know his motives and underlying psychology. Read full review

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