Walter Isaacson Writing Styles in The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made: Acheson, Bohlen,...

Walter Isaacson
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Perspective

The Wise Men, Six Men and the World They Made, is written in the third person point of view with the authors, Walter Isaacson and Evan Thomas, functioning as narrators. This approach allows the authors to present the historical and background information that the reader requires. Since the book covers the period from World War II through the Vietnam War era, there is quite a bit of history involved and the authors present the material in a matter of fact manner. There is also plenty of dialogue among the characters of the book so the reader is able to see how they interact and reach the conclusions that they reach. The book is written from the perspective of the authors who present the facts and show how the Wise Men were friends and colleagues.

Both of the authors are well qualified to write a book of this kind...

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