A rather boring book, filled with semi-important anecdotes. The descriptions are rather poor, and the book lacks any pictures either of the figures written of, or the places. The worst part of it is the awful typesetting: a whopping 46 lines to the page, which is even more than cheap paperbacks have (usually 42 lines), making the book visually more difficult to read.
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