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Lincolns: Portrait of a Marriage

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  • Posted December 31, 2008

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    Lincoln Still Lives In Our Hearts

    Wow! With all the volumes I have read about Abraham Lincoln this one was more personal & so informative about love, life in the spot light & an understanding that has never before been brought to light. I never believed that Mary Todd was evil; I always assumed she had some mental problems & would now being on medication. So many feelings were involved in this that I want to read it again to discover if I missed anything. <BR/><BR/>I'm glad that Mr. Epstein brought out the love between the two and the normal feelings Mary had after losing 2 of her sons & giving her husband to the Union. They actually were a "normal" couple. <BR/><BR/>This book is exceptional.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2009

    New perspective on a misunderstood marriage

    While there was much consideration given the Lincoln's marriage, the book became very tedious in reading all the details of Lincoln's political rise.

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