Re: [PPLetterpress] the First American
>Carl Van Doren's life of Benjamin Franklin is very good, even if??
>published in 1938. It is so easy to pick up in used bookstores that I
>have accidentally bought it twice, though only read it once. I fear
>from the title of the new biography that it speaks to the current
>fervour in American life that avoids self-analysis.
I think it was Dr. Franklin who must have said "You can't tell a cook by his brother", or something similar...
Hard to tell much from the title of a 600 page tome, no?
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