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Title:The President's Lady
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Publisher:Thomas Nelson
ISBN:1558534318
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Number of Pages:352
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The President's Lady by Irving Stone

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The true story of Abigail Smith and John Adams who met and loved and married and became leading protagonists in events which were to change the whole concept of the Western world, Celebrating the th anniversary of Michelangelo s David New American Library releases a special edition of Irving Stone s classic biographical novel in which both the artist and the man are brought to life in full A masterpiece in its own right this novel offers a compelling portrait of Michelangelo s dangerous impassioned loves and the God driven fury from which he wrested the greatest art the world has ever known, In the s Vienna was Europe s glamour capital It was in that brilliant city that Sigmund Freud began his long struggle to free people everywhere from the blindfolds amp chains of their unknown natures The Passions of the Mind is the story of an extraordinary man who proved that some of the most exciting challenges aren t met on the battlefield or on mountain peaks but inside the hearts amp minds of individuals The story is told with great attention to accuracy His research is recounted as meticulously as in a biography tho it s fictionalized to allow readers understanding of feelings amp thought processes Freud was one of Vienna s most distinguished neurologists He gave up a life of respectable affluence to become a daring researcher of uncharted seas in an effort to change forever our understanding of human motivations He was a pioneer explorer of the dark frontiers of the sexual nature of humans for which he was made a pariah Includes Glossary amp Bibliography br This book involved six years of uninterrupted research amp writing yet the road was lighted at every turn by the kindness amp the generosity of almost everyone who had known Sigmund Freud or worked with him Irving Stone, Be it Michelangelo or Henry Schliemann be it a chisel or a pick there s always a lot of wood to chop in one of Irving Stone s factually fortified biographies of great men of obdurate vigor Schliemann was certainly the most single minded of these when in middle age rich amp retired from business he decided to uncover the city of Troy destroyed some years ago At this time he also married the young only Sophia who stayed by his side in situ during the years of endless excavations even after little Andromache amp Agamemnon were born For Schliemann it was to be A life sentence Sometimes I don t know which is the prisoner in this mount Troy or myself But then there were the st coins amp medals amp vertebrae amp later Priam s gold amp silver which the Turkish government would contest Schliemann was an arbitrary man stingy with Sophia amp her family tho no price was too great to pay for his lifework which he subsidized while he drove himself unremittingly toward his own sepulcher Certainly he s not the most lovable subject to read about at this predictable great length amp in all the bedrock scholarship amp mounds of magma it s hard to find the bosom lifting feeling of discovery however manifest the destiny of any book Stone has ever written Kirkus