History's mysteries are now cleared up. Like what was behind that Mona Lisa smile? Or what was Lady Godiva's husband...

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THAT'S ME! ALWAYS MAKING HISTORY

History's mysteries are now cleared up. Like what was behind that Mona Lisa smile? Or what was Lady Godiva's husband thinking! Here are a bevy of characters caught at a-cute moments. William Tell's son doubting, Freud analyzing, Tolstoy's wife ""soffering,"" William the Conqueror sailing, his son Rufus being gay, Hannibal viewing his elephants, Cleopatra committing suicide, Louis XVI dying, Albert Einstein's wife good house-keeping, Alexander the Great crying, Galileo experimenting, etc. Mrs. Goulding Smith's witty pen supplies them with momentary monologues and she writes in some diabolical dialects. Flip, hippy history.

Pub Date: June 29, 1967

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Putnam

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1967