I want elocution lessons that result in me speaking exactly like Robert caro
Robert Caro, in a 1991 essay, on separating facts from fiction: "I had been told that 'everyone knew'... But over and over again during years of research, I have been taught that things that 'everyone knew' often turn out, when investigated, to be without factual basis."
My new book “Ex Libris: 100+ Books to Read and Re-Read" features brief essays on works by writers like Robert Caro, Toni Morrison, William Gibson, Mary Shelley, Borges &Didion. I also write about why reading matters more than ever in today’s divided world
“It’s your job to make the reader feel the desperation.” —Robert Caro
More than 750 historians "devoted to studying our nation's past," including Ron Chernow and Robert A. Caro, have signed a letter supporting the president's impeachment and removal.
“.... ... All whites are created equal with certain rights, among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of dead n——-s." That’s Sen. Eastland, as quoted in Robert Caro’s Master of the Senate.
“Power does not always corrupt,” says Robert Caro, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “Master of the Senate” about Lyndon B. Johnson. “But what power always does is reveal. When you get enough power to do what you want, then people see what you wanted to do all along.”