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Henry Adams : the middle years

The relationship between Adam's life and his writings grew steadily richer. This book includes a definitive and absorbing account of Adams and his wife, Marian (Clover) Hooper, and introduces Adams;s grand passion for Elizabeth Cameron, the young, wealthy wife of a U.S. senator.

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  • "The relationship between Adam's life and his writings grew steadily richer. This book includes a definitive and absorbing account of Adams and his wife, Marian (Clover) Hooper, and introduces Adams;s grand passion for Elizabeth Cameron, the young, wealthy wife of a U.S. senator."@en
  • "Biographical and critical study of the first great productive season of Adams' literary genius and the most significant years of his emotional life."
  • "Biographical and critical study of the first great productive season of Adams' literary genius and the most significant years of his emotional life."@en

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