Bill Dedman Writing Styles in Empty Mansions

Bill Dedman
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Structure

The book begins with a brief introduction that describes the way in which each of the authors came to their subject. Two small sections after the introduction the story of Huguette Clark is written from the ending to her life rather than the beginning. This is followed by thirteen chapters, each with their own title. Each of those chapters is divided into smaller sections. Finally, the book ends with an epilogue that offers the reader a commentary on the life of Huguette Clark and the treatment her memory has received at the hands of her greedy Clark relatives.

The book tells several stories. The first story in this book is the story of W.A. Clark's, American dream. The next story follows the early life and adulthood of Clark’s daughter Huguette. The final story in the book tells of Huguette’s final years and the fight...

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