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Richard Feynman Writing Styles in What Do YOU Care What Other People Think?: Further Adventures of a Curious Character

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The book, What Do You Care What Other People Think?: Further Adventures of A Curious Character is the story of world-renowned Physicist and Nobel Laureate Physicist Richard P. Feynman. The majority of the book is written by Richard Feynman himself. Therefore, the reader has the advantage of the experiences, thoughts and feelings of the main character first hand. However, there are a few segments that include letters from several other people—one to the widow of Richard Feynman. These letters provide glimpses into the life of the famous scientist.

Richard describes his young life with his parents and younger sister. His father although apparently not as intellectually gifted as his son, has a curiosity about everything he encounters. He takes his young son on nature hikes. He does not know nor does he consider important the name of birds they see. Names are given to animals and...

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