This is a book for every American—a masterpiece of biography.
Here's one data point I learn from Jean Edward Smith's recent Eisenhower biography.
Morton set his sights on Jolie and has produced this just-released, unauthorized 313-page biography.
From a season spent embedded with the New York Jets to a biography of a self-mythologizing Pinkerton detective.
This is like some deeper, truer, more artful form of biography.
In a later number of the same year he reviewed Lockhart's biography.
I propose to continue this biography, and include the whole in book form.
Spitta's biography superseded everything written before it and has not since been approached.
He once began a review of George Eliot's biography, but left it unfinished.
It is not only by time-relations that the parts of one biography are collected together in the case of living beings.