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Edmund Morris's Theodore Roosevelt Trilogy Bundle: The Rise of Theodore…

by Edmund Morris

Series: Morris' Theodore Roosevelt (Set 1-3)

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The definitive trilogy of biographies chronicling the storied life of the United States' youngest President, Theodore Roosevelt--a consummate writer, soldier, naturalist, and politician--and his two world-changing terms in office.   Praise for the classic biographies of Edmund Morris The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt Winner of the Pulitzer Prize   "One of those rare works that is both definitive for the period it covers and fascinating to read for sheer entertainment."--The New York Times Book Review   "A towering biography."--Time   Theodore Rex Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Biography   "A masterpiece . . . A great president has finally found a great biographer."--The Washington Post   "As a literary work on Theodore Roosevelt, it is unlikely ever to be surpassed. It is one of the great histories of the American presidency, worthy of being on a shelf alongside Henry Adams's volumes on Jefferson and Madison."--Times Literary Supplement   Colonel Roosevelt   "Hair-raising . . . awe-inspiring . . . a worthy close to a trilogy sure to be regarded as one of the best studies not just of any president, but of any American."--San Francisco Chronicle   "[A] splendid and indispensable study of America's twenty-sixth president . . . Morris is a superb chronicler of Roosevelt's busy, peripatetic life. . . . Abraham Lincoln may embody America's soul, but Theodore Roosevelt has America's heart."--Chicago Tribune… (more)
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The definitive trilogy of biographies chronicling the storied life of the United States' youngest President, Theodore Roosevelt--a consummate writer, soldier, naturalist, and politician--and his two world-changing terms in office.   Praise for the classic biographies of Edmund Morris The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt Winner of the Pulitzer Prize   "One of those rare works that is both definitive for the period it covers and fascinating to read for sheer entertainment."--The New York Times Book Review   "A towering biography."--Time   Theodore Rex Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Biography   "A masterpiece . . . A great president has finally found a great biographer."--The Washington Post   "As a literary work on Theodore Roosevelt, it is unlikely ever to be surpassed. It is one of the great histories of the American presidency, worthy of being on a shelf alongside Henry Adams's volumes on Jefferson and Madison."--Times Literary Supplement   Colonel Roosevelt   "Hair-raising . . . awe-inspiring . . . a worthy close to a trilogy sure to be regarded as one of the best studies not just of any president, but of any American."--San Francisco Chronicle   "[A] splendid and indispensable study of America's twenty-sixth president . . . Morris is a superb chronicler of Roosevelt's busy, peripatetic life. . . . Abraham Lincoln may embody America's soul, but Theodore Roosevelt has America's heart."--Chicago Tribune

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