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The earth might belong to the living , but not the soul , at least not all of it . Portions of it , Jefferson knew , were consecrated to the memory of the dead , those departed devisees who retain a psychic property in our minds .
( The Count de Volney , on a visit to Monticello , was startled to find his friend's slaves living a ragged life , “ demi - nudité misérable et hideuse . ” ) But no doubt Jefferson was only being honest when he told Mrs. Cosway ...
Of Henry James , the poet - critic R. P. Blackmur observed that he understood that there are within most of us those partly living other selves , those unused possibilities out of the past , those unfollowed temptations of character ...
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GENERAL WASHINGTON'S CHRISTMAS FAREWELL: A Mount Vernon Homecoming, 1783ユーザー レビュー - Kirkus
Skillful and prolific pop historian Weintraub (Charlotte and Lionel, 2003, etc.) accompanies The Father of His Country for a few months at the end of 1783. The revolutionary war Washington had ... レビュー全文を読む
Jefferson's demons: portrait of a restless mindユーザー レビュー - Not Available - Book Verdict
This short book is an unpretentious, pleasant bauble whose publication date is timed to take advantage of the holiday buying season. Weintraub (Silent Night: The Story of the 1914 Christmas Truce ... レビュー全文を読む