Alexander Hamilton 9.7分
读书笔记 FOUR The Pen and the Sword
Hamilton also displays a swooning fascination with martyrdom, telling the colonists that they should vow either to "lead an honourable life or to meet with resignation a glorious death." This idea so bewitched him that he ended one "Monitor" essay with a quote from Pope's Iliad that begins: "Death is the worst, a fate which all must try; / And, for our country, 'tis a bliss to die."

"Head full of fantasies of dying like a martyr"

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