Marc Aronson Writing Styles in Sugar Changed the World: A Story of Magic, Spice, Slavery, Freedom, and Science

Marc Aronson
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Perspective

This book was written by two authors who discovered that they both had sugar in their family backgrounds. The husband and wife team researched thoroughly to discover the history of sugar and seek out the voices of those who actually lived the brutal, picture sugar lives. They discovered how sugar changed and connected with world events. Marc has a doctorate in American History from New York University, and Marina is an English professor. This helped them in their research and as they organized their work into a book that could educate and inform readers.

Tone

The prologue of the book was written in first person, connecting the reader to the authors. It showed how history touched their own lives. The main part of the book was written in third person, and it read much like a history book. As it moved through history, it showed how each action...

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