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Beck Weathers Writing Styles in Left for Dead: My Journey Home from Everest

Beck Weathers
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Perspective

Left for Dead: My Journey Home From Everest was written by Beck Weathers, along with Stephen Michaud. When this book was written, the writer, Stephen G. Michaud had co-authored and authored nine books in topics that ranged from biographies to history. Beck Weathers was a pathologist with an obsession for climbing mountains. This novel is a first-person account of the Everest expedition, the life that led up to it, and life after the experience. The majority of the book is written from Beck's point-of-view, but it also shifts to other people's points of view, especially Peach's. The authors separate Beck's point of view from the others with a line between paragraphs. When a section is from another person's perspective, the authors write the person's name with a colon after it then add their thoughts in first person perspective.

Beck would describe a particular situation he was in and...

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