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The first full-scale biography of Franklin in over 60 years! This fully documented account of the most versatile man of his age paints a lively portrait of the writer who invented the lightning conductor; the politician who spent years as an emissary in London trying to prevent the Revolutionary War; and the statesman who served as the US representative in Paris during the war, intriguing for French aid and American victory. A masterly work.
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Ronald Clark is the distinguished biographer of Bertrand Russell, Einstein, Sir Henry Tizard, Sir Edward Appleton and J B S Haldane. He has also written a family history of the Huxleys. His last book, Freud: The Man and the Cause, received great acclaim and was described in the Spectator as 'the best biography of Freud that we possess' and in the Guardian as 'masterly.'
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Book Description Phoenix Illustrated (U.K.), 1905. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # AG-459D-8ARY