This is the total number of profanity incidents in this 390 page book.
*Sexual and Violence incidents coming soon! We'll change this number once these incidents are included.
Author: Jack McLaughlin
Key Words: American Revolution, United States
This book, a National Book Award nominee in 1988, is the life of Thomas Jefferson as seen through the prism of his love affair with Monticello. For over half a century, it was his consuming passion, his most serious amusement. With a sure command of sources and skilled intuitive understanding of Jefferson, McLaughlin crafts and uncommon portrait of builder and building alike. En route he tells us much about life in Virginia; about Monticello's craftsmen and how they worked their materials; about slavery, class, and family; and, above all, about the multiplicity of domestic concerns that preoccupied this complex man. It is and engaging and incisive look at the eighteenth-century mind: systematic, rational, and curious, but also playful, comfort-loving, and amusing. Ultimately, it provides readers with great insight into daily life in Colonial and Federal America.
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Mild Obscenities & Substitutions - 3 Incidents
Anatomical Terms - 1 Incidents
Scatological Terms - 2 Incidents
Religious Profanities - None
Derogatory Terms - 8 Incidents
sl*t, n*gr*, h*e, g*y
11 Topics - 48 mentions of those topics
bourbon, skull, skeleton, kill, murder, beer, liquor, suicide, alcoholic, alcohol, drunk