Elizabeth Warren Writing Styles in A Fighting Chance

Elizabeth Warren
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Structure

The book is divided into six chapters, an epilogue, and a prologue. The book also contains a very detailed index and a group of pictures from Warren’s own family. The book was written in part as a memoir, a story of Warren’s life. However, it is also a book about her fight for middle-class America.

Warren is a politician, a woman who began her life without any dreams. She fought to go to school and fought to be a working mother when it was normal for a mother to stay home with her children. Warren fought against the system in her personal life, therefore it was no surprise that she fought in her professional life as well. Warren developed many opinions about the state of the American middle-class and she went all the way to Washington to fight for them. This book chronicles all of...

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