The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt
She attended boarding school inFrance, was the First Lady of the United States for 12 years, visited Americansin foreign lands during World War II, spoke out for equal rights for all, was arepresentative to the United Nations and more.
In her autobiography,Eleanor Roosevelt paints a wonderful self-portrait, sharing her life from thoseawkward teenage years to being a President's wife to working as a journalist andbeyond. She writes of her childhood and how she was always taller than the othergirls her age, always wanting to fit in. She also reveals the adjustments she hadto make early in her marriage to Franklin Delano Roosevelt to try to fit her highstandards of what a good wife should be.
Eleanor's story is altogetherwonderful, a tale one expects to find only in fiction.
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