Karen Blumenthal Writing Styles in Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different

Karen Blumenthal
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Structure

Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different is divided into three main parts. Part one has eleven chapters. This part covers Steve’s early years, his semester at college, his friendship with Steve Wozniak who became his founding partner in the Apple Computer Company. It also describes a longing that he had for spiritual discovery. However, his trip to India was filled with lice and fleas and he decided he’d rather make money in the technology world. The section sees the founding of Apple, its early successes and the powerful place that he established in the high-tech world. Steve Jobs became a celebrity, the face and voice of the personal computer. But then he was ousted because no one could stand to work with him and it was felt that he meddled in projects and slowed progress.

Part two covers his exile from Apple, the company...

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