Eleanor and Franklin: The Story of Their Relationship, Based on Eleanor Roosevelt's Private Papers
Norton, 1973 - 1020 pages
In his foreword to this book Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. writes, "Mr Lash percieves and reconstructs the complex reciprocity of the partnership between Eleanor and Franlink Roosevelt with immense subtlety, sensibility and honesty. "The story is told from Eleanor's point of view, starting with her unhappy childhood in New York and ending with the death of Frnaklin in 1945.
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Exhaustive look at Eleanor and Franklin. I wanted to enjoy this book and did for about 40% of it. Then I just couldn't take it any more. I read Lash's book Helen and Teacher about Helen Keller and ... Read full review
Foreword by Arthur M Schlesinger Jr
Introduction by Franklin D Roosevelt Jr
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