America turns a page

Von Hoffman, Nicholas
January 1993
Publishers Weekly;1/18/1993, Vol. 240 Issue 3, p44
Trade Publication
Examines how well-read United States President-elect Bill Clinton really is. Some of Clinton's favorite writers include Walter Mosley, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and Marcus Aurelius. Clinton's literacy compared to that of past presidents, including Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln; Clinton's favorite work of fiction is Garcia Marquez's `One Hundred Years of Solitude'; More.


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