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Lethem ustaca bir yazardır ve bu yüzden okumak bir zevkti. Arsa gelişimi açısından Motherless Brooklyn'i biraz daha sevdim.

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Daha önce hiç blog okumamış veya görmemiş olsaydınız bu iyi bir kitaptı. Online bir dergi gibi yazabildim, gerçekten de bu dergiye girebildim. Tonlarca iyi öneri ve bunu okurken, düşündüğüm kadar yaşamak istemediğimi keşfettim, bu yüzden benim için iyi bir şey! Eğer ızgara kapalı gerçekten küçük bir evde yaşamak istiyorsanız thik, bu kitap sizin için.

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Bu kitabı beğendim çünkü tarih hakkında biraz okudum. Ana karakter çok cesur, bu da onu eğlenceli bir okuma yapar. Bir krizde insanlığın cesaretini gösterir ve aynı zamanda insanlığın alt tarafındaki çirkinliği gösterir. Tarihsel kurgu hayranı iseniz, bunu alın.

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A very nice biography of Woodrow Wilson. He began his adult career as an academic, became President of Princeton University, was elected governor of New Jersey, and--finally--he was elected President of the United States. He was not just an ordinary academic either, but the author of journal articles and books that were--for the time--well reputed. A political scientist who became elected to political office. . . . The book follows him through his life course. It portrays his strengths and his weaknesses. He had an analytical mind, thought things through, and could be definitive in his decision-making. On the other hand, he could be very stubborn, sometimes creating problems when he served as President of Princeton, Governor of New Jersey, and President of the United States. He held views on race that were problematic. Politically, he began as rather conservative, but won elections as a progressive Democrat. His background in the south helped shape some of his views, although he was hardly an unreconstructed Confederate. The book also displays his personal life--his happy first marriage, the death of his wife, and his second marriage. . . . The sad last years of his life are well depicted. It seems clear, from the author's research, that Wilson had had earlier medical problems that presaged the massive illness occurring late in his presidency. In short, this is a fine biography of Woodrow Wilson.