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Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Colonel Roosevelt, by Edmund Morris
The third volume of Edmund Morris's Theodore Roosevelt series is as well-researched and written as the first two. It covers Roosevelt's life from 1910 and his exit of the White House until his death in 1919. At times, Morris provides too much detail that the book is almost a day-by-day account of Roosevelt's life, which bogs down the narrative in spots. The epilogue, which discusses the fates of his children and the historical impact of TR, is as beautiful as anything Morris wrote in the first two volumes.