[Free eBook] Winston Churchill: An Informal Study of Greatness by Robert Lewis Taylor [Vintage Historical Biography]

Winston Churchill: An Informal Study of Greatness by the late Robert Lewis Taylor, a novelist and journalist who won the 1959 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, is his vintage historical figure biography, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press.

This was originally published in 1952 by Doubleday.

This biography of the iconic mid-20th century British Prime Minister focuses more on his earlier private life than his later publicly-renowned deeds, starting with the historical background of his immediate family and the influence of their ancestry, and going on to explore the years Churchill spent as a student, journalist, and soldier before entering politics.

Offered worldwide, available at Amazon.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon

Former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, led one of the most astonishing lives that public service has ever witnessed.

In An Informal Study of Greatness, Taylor presents the early life of this mythologised and prodigiously talented man.

Focusing on the school years of a young Winston Churchill and the early experiences that shaped his ambition, this fascinating biography delves into the private life of Churchill as a student, a journalist and a soldier.

This a delightful and revealing study of a man who, as Taylor puts it, was one of ‘multiple genius’ and ‘one of the most exasperating figures of history.’


Author: Alexander the Drake

The public persona of a private person.

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