Books in Brief

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Theodore Roosevelt always considered himself a man of letters, and indeed he was one. He began reading widely and writing at an early age, and a day never seems to have passed when he did not read and write, even in circumstances fiercely dissuasive of both activities, including an exploratory trek into the wilds of the Brazilian jungle.

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