"From pioneer to reporter to spy... Smedley had a veritable vagabond spirit, able to be contained by no man, ideology, or political system. Lee’s novelization of this historical figure is as breathtaking as was Smedley herself."
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"An amazing, wonderful, and important book whose objects and images may offend some readers. Highly recommended for all public and academic levels/libraries."
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“[An] intelligently written, comprehensive, and fascinating account of the Renaissance icon’s life” and “A welcome asset in public and school collections; use in units on art and Renaissance history and where biographies of Michelangelo are in demand.”
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"While covering some familiar ground, this selection will be of interest to young fans of Foreman, and students of art and children’s literature. Consider it also for professional collections."
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