The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt - Chapter 15, The LIterary Feller Summary & Analysis

Edmund Morris
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Chapter 15, The LIterary Feller Summary and Analysis

Before Roosevelt returns, his marriage makes the papers in New York City. Reporters await him as he disembarks in the harbor. News precedes him as well, that a baby is already on the way. Back home, he tells his peers in politics that he dislikes the English system and finds the American political schema superior.

Edith insists upon taking over the raising of Alice Lee, but the family arranges for a gradual switch that takes months. Edith also takes control of Roosevelt's finances, an area in which he shows a rare weakness.

To gain a proper estimate of his financial status, Roosevelt travels west, to see for himself the devastation of the blizzard. He sees a ruined landscape, with cattle carcasses hanging from trees where they previously stood on top of the snow. In lieu...

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