Ted Conover Writing Styles in Coyotes: A Journey Through the Secret World of America's Illegal Aliens

Ted Conover
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Perspective

The story is written in first person from the perspective of the author, Ted Conover. In the forward, which is a personal message from Ted, he says that he has come to realize that the illegal immigrants have faces, emotions, dreams and families, and that it's easy to like them if one will open himself to the opportunity. This indicates a willingness on his part to be open to the opportunity. In fact, he does come to get to know the illegal immigrants he encounters during his research, and the reader should keep in mind that this might mean the information presented in this book is skewed to present the immigrants in the most favorable light. However, Ted's acceptance of the men he encounters might be countered, at least to some degree, by the fact that Ted is subjected to some of the problems that turn some people...

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