Eminent Lives

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The Eminent Lives series is HarperCollins' series of "brief biographies by distinguished authors on canonical figures."[1] The general editor of the series is James Atlas.

The series includes books by: Robert Gottlieb on George Balanchine; Paul Johnson on George Washington; Christopher Hitchens on Thomas Jefferson; Michael Korda on Ulysses S. Grant; Francine Prose on Caravaggio; Edmund Morris on Ludwig van Beethoven; Joseph Epstein on Alexis de Tocqueville; Peter Kramer on Sigmund Freud; Karen Armstrong on Muhammad; Bill Bryson on William Shakespeare; Matt Ridley on Francis Crick; and Ross King on Machiavelli.

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  1. ^ Hitchens, Christopher (2005). Thomas Jefferson: Author of America. HarperCollins. ISBN 0-06-059896-4.

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