Becoming
Michelle Obama

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Jack Shields

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Chapter 1

Obama begins the book by providing the readers with a glance of her early life as an African American woman growing up in Chicago. She was raised i...

Chapter 2

The chapter starts with the author describing her early education at Bryn Mawr Elementary School in late 1969. Obama states that she was at an adva...

Chapter 3

Michelle continues to describe her life growing in the South Side of Chicago. As a result of poor living conditions, such as frequent fire outbreak...

Chapter 4

Michelle Obama narrates her mother’s role in her family as well as her [Michelle] teenage years candidly. Michelle’s mother was unemployed, and...

Chapter 5

Obama recounts her high school life at Whitney M. Young High School, whilst reflecting on her parents sacrifices, ensuring that their children had ...

Chapter 6

At the age of seventeen, Michelle Obama joined Princeton University. She recounts her journey to Princeton accompanied by her father and David, her...

Chapter 7

At Princeton, Michelle Obama majored in Sociology, attaining good grades. She asserts that despite living in a new world where "people fretted abou...

Chapter 8

The chapter starts with Michelle waiting for Barrack Obama to arrive at her office to begin a mentorship program. A senior partner had requested Mi...

Chapter 9

In this chapter, the author describes her intimate relationship with Barack Obama. She states that as “soon as I allowed myself to feel anything ...

Chapter 10

Michelle started keeping a personal journal, in which she would write her feelings occasionally. Her relationship with Barack had progressed to the...

Chapter 11

The author starts the chapter by explaining the hurt and grief of losing her beloved father. The loss was so great that for the first time as adult...

Chapter 12

Michelle and Barack got married in 1992 at the Trinity United Church of Christ in the South Side (Obama 122).  The author uses a section of this c...

Chapter 13

Obama recalls starting her new job as an executive director for Public Allies. Although the position made Michelle nervous, she was up to it. "To m...

Chapter 14

There is no doubt that Michelle wanted to be a mother. The author asserts, “Motherhood became my motivator” (Obama 141). Both Michelle and Bara...

Chapter 15

In this chapter, the author accounts her life as a mother and a working professional. Obama found working at the hospital to be fulfilling, since s...

Chapter 16

Obama narrates the presidential announcement day at Springfield. Michelle states that she was not certain that people would arrive due to the harsh...

Chapter 17

In this chapter, Michelle continues to chronicle Barack’s presidential campaign. She states that part of the campaign process included a critical...

Chapter 18

The author sums up the second part of this book chronicling Election Day and their anxiety. Obama writes that after nearly twenty-one months campai...

Chapter 19

In this chapter, the author accounts her life as the first African American First Lady. She states that there is no handbook for any incoming U.S F...

Chapter 20

The vastness of White House mesmerized Michelle. There were big rooms whose windows were “fitted with bomb-resistant glass” and a staff made of...

Chapter 21

Life in the White House felt more like confinement to Michelle. However, although she struggled to balance her needs and those of others, she learn...

Chapter 22

The author starts the chapter by describing a bad dream she had, a reflection of her insecurity. Obama states that despite the tight security affor...

Chapter 23

Life at first was very demanding as Michele had to balance playing the role of a First Lady with that of being a mother, indeed she states that the...

Chapter 24

In their second term, Michelle and Barack’s daughters, Malia and Sasha had turned out to be well-adjusted teenagers with a social circle that had...

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