Daniel Pink's A Whole New Mind

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A Whole New Mind A Whole New Mind author Daniel Pink conveys his writing, which focuses on his grandiose ideas of what sort of minds should be most appreciated and what elements of life deserve the most respect, in an instructive nature that does not hesitate to yield to fascination nor proactivity. He maintains the sensation of a greater meaning within his expressive views of the present and future, but orates these philosophies through a casual tone. “…The left hemisphere will get a bit panicky and look beseechingly across the corpus callosum for assistance” (Pink 138). Through extended metaphors such as this one and informal sentence structures, Pink adds his own flavor into the novel without infringing on the motive of his work. He permeates
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