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This book is well and descriptively written, although at times not easy to read. There would seem to be little on Clemenceau’s personal life that is known – so much of this book is filled with historical settings. There are times, when reading, that it almost seems like there is a novel ready to jump out of the biography. Sometimes several pages go by with hardly a mention of the main character. Also there is a lot of name-dropping which can be irritating if one is not familiar with French histo...
At the end, when Clemenceau is sitting, crying before Monet, we understand France.