Eleanor

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I’m knee deep in an extremely detailed and comprehensive biography of a fascinating First Lady.

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How detailed and comprehensive you ask?

698 pages worth. It weighs a ton!

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While I don’t usually read biographies, this tome has enough action, scandal, politics, intrigue, and history to satisfy fans of any genre.

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I thought I knew a lot about Nell.

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I was wrong.

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18 thoughts on “Eleanor”

  1. Sounds like a good read. I’m reading a biography about Alice Paul and her battle to get us the vote . . . after having just finished another biography about her efforts to sway Woodrow Wilson to the cause of women’s rights.

    Alice was just a year younger than Eleanor, but far more anonymous not having been married to the President.

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  2. OOH! I took a photo of this so I don’t forget. Did you watch the PBS series on the Roosevelts? I was so excited to watch it and yet, I found it so dull I fell asleep too often and never finished it.

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