Andrew Solomon Writing Styles in The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression

Andrew Solomon
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Point of View

Although the book as a whole is meant is primarily an informational piece, the author draws a great deal from his own experiences to give the reader a full understanding of the effects of depression and anxiety. He also draws from the experiences of other people he has come across in his research and personal life. This first-hand perspective gives Solomon more credibility as an author to speak on subjects with which he has had so much intimate experience. He also includes a multitude of case examples and quotes from personal interviews of people whose cases relate to the section in which their story appears. This gives yet another point of view on each subject so that the reader may experience each section topic in a different light. Most sections include at least one case example, in addition to Solomon's personal experience and the informational passages...

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