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By Paul J. Ferlazzo

Studying poetry finds greatly in regards to the brain, the values, and the nature of someone. Poetry and the yank Presidency provides the 1st examine to target the significance of poetry within the lives of 18 American presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama. those presidents learn or wrote poetry themselves and from time to time wrote in regards to the nature and value of poetry for American society. in the course of the examine of the connection among poetry and the presidents, precise and striking insights are published in regards to the people who occupied the Oval place of work. in addition, this publication bargains insights into how poetry could issue into management and the workout of energy. students in background, literature, and politics will locate this booklet fascinating and priceless.

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