20th Century Biography, Part A
James Longenbach, "An Imperfect Life: On George and W.B. Yeats," Nation, 6 June, reviews Ann Saddlemyer, ed., W. B. Yeats and George Yeats: The Letters.
Matthew Price, "Wot, Winnie?" Boston Globe, 22 May, reviews Mary S. Lovell's The Churchills: In Love and War.
Robert McCrum reviews Evelyn Juers's House of Exile: War, Love and Literature, from Berlin to Los Angeles for the Guardian, 22 May.
Russell Baker, "The Charms of Eleanor," NYRB, 9 June, reviews Hazel Rowley's Franklin and Eleanor: An Extraordinary Marriage and Maurene H. Beasley's Eleanor Roosevelt: Transformative First Lady.
Nicholas Stargardt, "Hidden traces of a Nazi past," TLS, 18 May, reviews Martin Davidson's The Perfect Nazi: Uncovering my SS grandfather's secret past and how Hitler seduced a generation.
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