Jeffrey Zaslow Writing Styles in The Girls from Ames: A Story of Women and a Forty-Year Friendship

Jeffrey Zaslow
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Perspective

This book was written by Jeffrey Zaslow of "The Wall Street Journal." He was a columnist who co-authored the popular book, "The Last Lecture." The author was a man writing a book about friendships among women. At the close of the book, the author states that he is asked all the time about the difference between male friendships and female friendships. While writing this book, he learned a lot about female friendship and the benefits of the friendships that women share.

He was curious and very thorough and his research. He spent a lot of time with the women, and he interviewed them individually. It wasn't always easy, and sometimes feelings were hurt. However, everyone was dedicated to highlighting the importance of the friendship among the girls from Ames so it all worked out in the end.

The author had great respect for the women and for their...

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