An insight into a great man by a writer who does bore you to death.
I had to abandon this book for awhile, not because of the way it's written, which is smooth, informing and quite like a fictional novel. It is my brain and the way I think that made me abandon it early, even though I was thoroughly enjoying and
agree with the man it is about quite definitively. I blame the dry, factual, mundane way History in High School used to drag me through learning and I have never been able to shake off the ill feeling and shudders that come over me whenever a non-fiction book comes along. This one was a delight, wish all teaching books were this good.