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How Lincoln Learned to Read

Twelve Great Americans and the Educations That Made Them

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How Lincoln Learned to Read by Daniel Wolff
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Author Biography

Daniel Wolff is the author of "Fourth of July, Asbury Park," which was picked as an Editor's Choice in The New York Times Book Review and called a "wonderfully evocative history." He has written for publications from Vogue to Wooden Boat to Education Weekly. His other books include "You Send Me," collaborations with photographers Ernest Withers, Eric Meola, and Danny Lyon, and two volumes of poetry. He is currently producing a documentary project on New Orleans, Right to Return, with director Jonathan Demme.
Release date Australia
March 16th, 2010
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Country of Publication
United States
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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Dimensions
142x208x25
ISBN-13
9781608190379
Product ID
3813909

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