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Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great

Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great by Elbert Hubbard
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In "Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great," Elbert Hubbard presents a series of biographical sketches that provide insightful glimpses into the lives of some of history's most influential figures. Hubbard's writing style is engaging and immersive, drawing readers into the worlds of individuals such as William Shakespeare, Abraham Lincoln, and Thomas Jefferson.

One of the most powerful aspects of this book is Hubbard's ability to humanize these iconic figures, offering readers a more intimate and personal look at their lives. Hubbard highlights the successes, failures, and personal quirks of these individuals, painting a comprehensive portrait of their humanity.

Additionally, Hubbard's storytelling is enriched by his attention to historical detail and context. By placing each figure within the broader context of their time period, Hubbard helps readers better understand the circumstances and challenges that shaped their lives.

Overall, "Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great" is a captivating read that offers a valuable perspective on the lives and legacies of some of history's most remarkable individuals. Hubbard's unique blend of biography, historical context, and engaging storytelling makes this book a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the lives of the great men and women who have shaped our world.

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LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF AMERICAN STATESMEN
By ELBERT HUBBARD
BERT HUBBARD A little more patience, a little more charity for all, a little more devotion, a little more love; with less bowing down to the past, and a silent ignoring of pretended authority; a brave looking forward to the future with more faith in our fellows, and the race will be ripe for a great burst of light and life. --Elbert Hubbard It was not built with the idea of ever becoming a place in history: simply a boys' cabin in the woods. Fibe, Rich, Pie and Butch were the bunch that built it. Fibe was short for Fiber, and we gave him that name because his real name was Wood. Rich got his name from being a mudsock. Pie got his because he was a regular pieface. And they called me Butch for no reason at all except that perhaps my great-great-grandfather was a butcher.


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