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Thomas Jefferson, an intimate history [by] Fawn M. Brodie.


[1st ed.].. New York, Norton [1974] .
ISBN 0393074803, 9780393074802

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Subjects Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
Jefferson, Thomas.
Description 591 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 555-565).
Summary Explores the relationship between Jefferson's inner life and his public life including his attitudes toward the church, slavery, women, and revolution.
Contents The semi-transparent shadows -- The parents -- A sense of family -- A capacity for involvement -- A problem with the forbidden -- Martha Jefferson -- The revolutionary -- Jefferson and independence -- the domestic problem -- The flight from power -- Jefferson and the war -- Jefferson writes a book -- The two Marthas -- The return to politics -- Restlessness and torment -- My head and my heart -- The second interlude -- Sally Hemings -- The revolutionary goes home -- The satellite sons -- Disillusionment in Eden -- Triangles at Monticello -- Candidate à Contre Coeur -- Callender -- Jason -- Betrayal -- Jefferson under attack -- Death, hatred, and the uses of silence -- Jefferson and Burr -- A genius for peace -- Like a patriarch of old -- Writer of letters -- The Monticello tragedy -- Appendix I. Reminiscences of Madison Hemings ; Reminiscences of Israel Jefferson -- Appendix II. "My head and my heart" -- Appendix III. The family denial.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)672400
(OCoLC)ocm00672400
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WorldCat Identities Brodie, Fawn McKay, 1915-1981.
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