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ISBN: 1441717536 / ISBN-13: 9781441717535

American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson

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Following his subject from the drafting of the Declaration of Independence to his retirement in Monticello, Joseph Ellis unravels the contradictions ... Show synopsis

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  • American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson (Blackstone Audiobooks) – Audiobook CD (2010)
    by Joseph J Ellis, Susan O'Malley (Read by)

    American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson

    Audiobook CD, Blackstone Audiobooks
    2010
    English

    ISBN: 1441717536
    ISBN-13: 9781441717535

    Ellis presents a nuanced and ambiguous portrait of a president who combined great depth with great shallowness, massive learning with extraordinary navet, piercing insights with grand self-deception.

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Overall customer rating: 3.000
CloseReading

Speaking for the Sphinx

by CloseReading on Apr 4, 2013

Joseph J Ellis' consideration of Jefferson's character-not strictly a biography- is elegantly written and provides a wealth of context to a reader interested in one of our most complex founding fathers. More

courtneyinatlanta

A bit presumptuous

by courtneyinatlanta on Aug 26, 2010

In continuing with my reading biographies of the founding fathers, I picked up this one about Thomas Jefferson. It's not a straight biography in the sense that it goes through his life chronologically, but rather the author spends a lot of time examining the character of Jefferson. I think he presumed ... More

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