This is an enjoyable book which was hard to categorize. A bit historical fiction, a bit mystery &court room drama – a legal mystery might fit the bill
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The ambiguities and complexities which are presented in this book when it comes to the artists resisting the occupation are astounding.
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Mr. Ellis tries to explain what cannot be explained – the paradox which is Jefferson. The contradictions between Jefferson’s written letters and his actions