By James Thomas Flexner
James Thomas Flexner has been a certified author for many of his grownup existence. After numerous years spent on the urban table on the ny usher in Tribune after graduating from Harvard college, Flexner went directly to turn into certainly one of America's finest historians. He has written with nice contrast in a distinct kind obtainable to and loved via the coed and basic reader, twenty-six books within the fields of yankee background and artwork. even if he's mostly identified for his kistorical books, significantly his four-volume biography of George Washington, Flexner has written in lots of varieties and for lots of shops. He has written for print and tv; he has been a lecturer, columnist, reviewer, andeven a fiction author. amassed listed below are samplings of Flexner's literary accomplishments all through his lengthy occupation (spanning over 60 years). In Random Harvest you can find items that seemed in Esquire Magaine, Time, the hot York instances, commute and rest, or even television consultant. integrated is an essay on George Washington and Watergate, at the artwork of biography, and plenty of extra. For the fan of Flexner, American background, and the artwork of a author, in Random Harvest there's something to be loved for everybody.
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