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What it chronicles is the setting in which a portion of this work was created. Given other publshed works and conversations with people who were there at the time, on the whole it is quite believable. Is it it the annointed word of god from Genesis? Is it the pope speaking ex cathedra? Of course not. But nothing else is either.
Chronicles of history, reasonably carefully researched and related, as this is would appear to be, are not a threat. They are just history, as best as we poor humans can attempt to reconstruct it.
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flwright wrote:Here is a link to another opinion
Very simplistic; stating the obvious. Even an "architectural critic" can't add much to the pruient intentions of the book. A good review would have pointed out that very little could actually be learned about the Fellow's from the book, and most of what is in it about Wright is not surprising or new.