|About the Book|
Seventy-eight pages into this, I gave up. One of the below reviewers is spot-on: pyschobabble. Sherman was a loquacious writer and author Fellman makes use of his letters, and little else, to examine the mans, well, psyche. If that is what interests you, and little else, here is heaven. Any number of other biographies (Lewis and Marszaleks, for example) will give you more of the man and his deeds or misdeeds, and Marszalek revealed enough of Shermans feelings (shoot, even Lloyd Lewis did) to satisfy many readers.