Publish yr note: First released in 1995
For the 1st time in paperback, the hugely acclaimed, remarkably intimate, and strangely revealing mystery diary of the girl who spent extra inner most time with FDR than the other individual in the course of his years within the White apartment. right away a love tale and an incredible contribution to historical past, it bargains dramatic new insights into FDR—both the fellow and the president.
Bestselling writer: Geoffrey C. Ward is an award-winning biographer of FDR and the bestselling coauthor of many books with Ken Burns, together with The Civil conflict and Baseball.
• greatly acclaimed: a desirable, very own view of the fellow and his existence (USA TODAY).
• A outstanding portrait (The Washington Post).
• a brand new replicate on Roosevelt & engrossing (The big apple assessment of Books).
• Intimate portrait of a president: FDR relied on Margaret & Daisy & Suckley thoroughly; she used to be allowed to picture him in his wheelchair, used to be aware about wartime secrets and techniques, and documented his failing future health in nice element.
• significant contribution to heritage: Daisy's diary deals certain insights into FDR''s dating with Winston Churchill and different wartime leaders, his choice to run for an unheard of fourth time period, and his hopes for the postwar global.
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110 on Thu May 20 13:44:51 BST 2010. 002 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2010 Hetairos 31 relatives (oikeioi) or those belonging to the same descent-group (genos), while those connected by philia are comrades (hetairoi). " As a substantive, philos retains the looseness or breadth of the adjective (cf. Od. 13 To sum up: contrary to the still prevailing view, philos in the archaic epic always suggests a positive affect, and this says much about the intensity of feeling for home and loved ones that is ascribed to the heroes.
In the language of Homer, however, philos does not apply specifically to friends, and this raises a question about the description of friendship in the epics. In epic diction, the word philos is used primarily as an adjective. It may modify terms for close companions or relatives, and in such contexts is naturally translated as "dear"; the adjective preserves this sense in classical and later Greek as well. In archaic or archaizing literature, philos is applied also to parts of the body, such as knees and hands, as well as to parts of the psyche such as the thumos (the seat of intense feelings).
Also Dirlmeier 1931: 22-3; H. Kakridis 1963: 51-75; less reliable: Stagakis 1975: 65-93. 110 on Thu May 20 13:44:51 BST 2010. 002 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2010 32 Archaic Greece there is no necessary sense of personal affection. 428-42). 532—5). The contrast is instructive: hetairoi refers to Odysseus' shipmates, while philoi indicates his dear ones back in Ithaca. Some companions or hetairoi may be particularly dear. 581-6, the Phaeacian lord Alcinous, having observed that Demodocus' song about Troy has caused Odysseus to weep, inquires of the hero: Has then some relative of yours died at Ilium who had been a good man, a son-in-law or father-in-law, who are closest kin [kedistoi] after one's own blood and family?
Closest Companion: The Unknown Story of the Intimate Friendship Between Franklin Roosevelt and Margaret Suckley