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Film Monday: So who watched HAMILTON over the weekend? And who else needs to r…

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Film Monday: So who watched HAMILTON over the weekend? šŸ‘ And who else needs to learn extra about Alexander and Eliza? šŸ™‹ā€ā™€ļøšŸ“š

To date, I’ve learn:
1. I, ELIZA HAMILTON (ā­ļøā­ļøā­ļøā­ļøšŸ’«) by Susan Holloway Scott

2. THE HAMILTON AFFAIR (ā­ļøā­ļøā­ļøā­ļø) by Elizabeth Cobbs

3. ALEX AND ELIZA, (ā­ļøā­ļøā­ļø) by Melissa de la Cruz

I personal MY DEAR HAMILTON by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie so may need to squeeze it in quickly. šŸ˜‰ Has anybody learn the huge 818-page, ALEXANDER HAMILTON by Ron Chernow? If that’s the case, would you suggest it?

3 thoughts on “Film Monday: So who watched HAMILTON over the weekend? And who else needs to r…

  1. Thank you for including “I, Eliza Hamilton”! – so glad you enjoyed Eliza’s story. šŸ’™

  2. Haha, the best kind to have! Especially since you can never have too much Hamilton!

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