If you could re-read only one biography, whose would it be?
My own! It would mean that I became famous because I made $10,000,000 on Hubpages!
However, if I really had to re-read one it would be on Stephen Hawkins - to know you have a disease as a young man that will cripple you and effectively 'end' your life, and yet to continue on and continue through these difficulties to come up with the most amazing theories since Einstein is incredible.
I've seen a documentary on his life, but I'd prefer to read a biography. It would be even better if he was able to complete and auto-biogrpahy. One of the greatest mind of our time IMHO.
Yes, I think that would certainly would be worth reading. Thanks for your answer!
My own, just to see what the hell I have written! The memory is going!
It's an autobiography, but "The Secret Life Of Salvador Dali" is a great read.
The Autobiography of Ben Franklin. I enjoyed his point of view, and he was a very smart fellow.
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