Read by Mark Deakins.
Complete and unabridged.
This classic biography of Theodore Roosevelt details his rise to power, and his life as a naturalist, a writer, a lover, a hunter, a ranchman, a soldier, and a politician.
Prologue: New Year's Day, 1907 -- Very small person -- Mind, but not the body -- Man with the morning in his face -- Swell in the dog-cart -- Political hack -- Cyclone assemblyman -- Fighting cock -- Dude from New York -- Honorable gentleman -- Delegate-at-large -- Cowboy of the present -- Four-eyed maverick -- Long arm of the law -- Next mayor of New York -- Interlude: winter of the blue snow, 1886-1887 -- Literary feller -- Silver-plated reform commissioner -- Dear old beloved brother -- Universe spinner -- Biggest man in New York -- Snake in the grass -- Glorious retreat -- Hot weather secretary -- Lieutenant colonel -- Rough rider -- Wolf rising in the heart -- Most famous man in America -- Boy governor -- Man of destiny -- Epilogue: September 1901.
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