Glenn Greenwald Writing Styles in No Place to Hide

Glenn Greenwald
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Structure

The book is divided into a prologue, an epilogue, and five chapters. The author begins the book by discussing his first contacts with Snowden and the time he and Snowden spent together in Hong Kong. The author then describes the documents Snowden delivered to him and what they say about the actions of the NSA. Finally, the author describes why people should want privacy and what happens when it is gone.

The author of this book followed a linear time line in his book, telling the story of Snowden before discussing the actions of the NSA and then what it means to have privacy. The author then returns to his own story, describing how he and his partner were impacted by the aftermath of the Snowden controversy. The book is well structured, well written, and easy to read for even the most cynical readers.

Perspective

Tone

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