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Eleanor, who had known so many fears of her own, understood Sara's fears of a
lonely future. She did everything she could to reassure Sara, to win her love and
acceptance. By the time the engagement was formally announced on December
Sara furnished the house herself and staffed it with a cook, a butler, and a maid.
The following spring, Eleanor gave birth to their first child, a girl named Anna
Eleanor after her mother and grandmother. Anna was the first of six babies that ...
Sara instructed her on every small domestic detail, from supervising the servants
to planning formal dinners. At Sara's insistence, Eleanor gave up her volunteer
work. Her mother- in-law told her that "I had no right to go into the slums or into ...
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Review: Eleanor Roosevelt: A Life of DiscoveryCrítica de los usuarios - Ms. B - Goodreads
A thorough, well-researched photobiography about Eleanor by one of the best biographers today - Russell Freedman. Leer comentario completo
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - michelle.smith - LibraryThing
This biography about Eleanor Roosevelt was written in an inspiring format. I could picture in my head all the events listed withiin the covers of this book. She had a hard life dealing with the ... Leer comentario completo
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