The rise of Theodore Roosevelt /
Edmund Morris.
New York : Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, c1979.
886 p. : ill., ports.
0698107837 :
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New York : Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, c1979.
0698107837 :
general note
Includes index.
catalogue key
Bibliography: p. 745-751.
A Look Inside
This item was nominated for the following awards:
National Book Awards, USA, 1980 : Won
Pulitzer Prize, USA, 1980 : Won
Authored Title
In this first part of a 2-volume biography, the author traces Roosevelt's career from birth to becoming president in 1901.
Table of Contents
Prologue: New Year's Day, 1907
The Very Small Personp. 3
The Mind, But Not the Bodyp. 30
The Man with the Morning in His Facep. 54
The Swell in the Dog Cartp. 80
The Political Hackp. 115
The Cyclone Assemblymanp. 140
The Fighting Cockp. 168
The Dude from New Yorkp. 187
The Honorable Gentlemanp. 213
The Delegate-at-Largep. 235
The Cowboy of the Presentp. 261
The Four-Eyed Maverickp. 289
The Long Arm of the Lawp. 313
The Next Mayor of New Yorkp. 339
Interlude: Winter of the Blue Snow, 1886-1887p. 363
The Literary Fellerp. 371
The Silver-Plated Reform Commissionerp. 400
The Dear Old Beloved Brotherp. 438
The Universe Spinnerp. 470
The Biggest Man in New Yorkp. 494
The Snake in the Grassp. 534
The Glorious Retreatp. 563
The Hot Weather Secretaryp. 588
The Lieutenant Colonelp. 618
The Rough Riderp. 646
The Wolf Rising in the Heartp. 661
The Most Famous Man in Americap. 695
The Boy Governorp. 723
The Man of Destinyp. 747
Epilogue: September 1901p. 775
Acknowledgmentsp. 781
Bibliographyp. 783
Notesp. 789
Illustrationsp. 891
Indexp. 895
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