Thank You for Being Late: A Complete Summary
Thank You for Being Late is a book written by New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman. To all readers who are already familiar with Friedman’s work through reading his articles from the New York Times, this book will feel like walking through familiar ground. The main topic of the book is time.
Sixteen years ago, humanity entered the 21st century. In these sixteen years, many things have happened; technology has rapidly advanced to new levels and everything seems to change so fast that it seems that we cannot follow all the commotion around us. Many people live their entire lives in a constant rush. In this book, the author gives some advice for living in such a fast-paced world where “being late” is not allowed.
In the summary section of this guide to Thank You for Being Late we will try to summarize the main points of the book. After the summary, we will analyze the book, the author’s style of writing, and few other things in our analysis section. After the analysis, we will have a short quiz with answers and a conclusion to review what we learned. I hope that you will enjoy reading the summary and that it will be a great introduction to the original.
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