"Patton: A Genius of War" by Carlos D'este Book Review by Top Papers

"Patton: A Genius of War" by Carlos D'este
A critical analysis of "Patton: A Genius of War" by Carlos D'este.
# 138285 | 1,250 words | 3 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (American) , Psychology (Disorders) , Military (Military History)


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The paper relates that the primary importance of D'este's biography on General George Patton revolves around his personal life and on the issue of dyslexia as a psychological influence on his personality. The paper shows how D'este delves deeper into the personality of Patton more than many other biographers, but he does not always make clinical psychological arguments as to why Patton's dyslexia or any other psychological trait might have affected his reasons for acting how he did as a soldier.

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