Wes Moore Writing Styles in The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates

Wes Moore
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Structure

The book begins with an introduction that sums up the themes and story line. It then breaks the story into eight chapters. Each chapter is a snapshot of an important time in the lives of both of the subjects. It begins with a selection of conversation between the two men while one was in prison, so that readers never forget what was at stake. The book closes with many pages of “elevate organizations” that are working toward positive change.

There are two sections where the book shows photos of the two men and their friends and families. There would be one photo of Wes and Tony, shirtless, hanging out at a club in Baltimore. At around the same age, Moore is all smiles dressed as a cadet at Valley Forge. The author includes these to show the disparity between their two lives. One photo shows Wes shortly...

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