Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different - Part 1: Chapters 1, 2, and 3 Summary & Analysis

Karen Blumenthal
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Steven Jobs’s biological mother was named Joanne Schieble. She was twenty-three when she became pregnant. He father didn’t approve of her relationship with a Syrian graduate student. It was scandalous to have a baby outside of marriage in the 1950s so she moved from her home in Wisconsin to have her baby in San Francisco. A lawyer and his wife were going to adopt the baby but changed their minds. The baby was born on February 24, 1995, and was adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs of San Francisco. Joanne was upset that the couple weren’t college graduates and almost changed her mind. But finally she signed the papers and gave the baby boy up to Clara and Paul Jobs. They named the baby boy Steven Paul.

Steven was a handful when he was a toddler, always curious and always getting...

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