This fascinating biography of Thomas Jefferson encapsulates his life and times. Ellis has portrayed him in all his greatness as a leader as well as a human being who was flawed, mysterious and, at times, deceptive. Due to the life-like portrayal, Jefferson turns out to be more humane, more approachable while retaining his position as an idol.
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