I generally prefer to listen to fiction as opposed to non-fiction as I find the visual reinforcement of reading text as important step in retaining and recalling factual information. That said, the narrative structure of this biography in the very capablle hands of its reader (Nebethau) has made this listening experience very enjoyable and helpful. The prose style is very accessible as it is clear and cogent. The scholarship and research if first-rate and the author’s 21st century sensibilities are not ignored in his dealings with the 19th century issues of slavery and Indian removals, but rather subtly relate those basic human rights issues to their 21st century correlates in a most effective way.
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