Scott Carrier Writing Styles in Running After Antelope

Scott Carrier
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Perspective

"Running After Antelope" by Scott Carrier is an autobiographical work and is recounted from the author's point of view. He tells about the struggles of his early life, his fascination with an elusive dream and finally discovering who he was and where he belonged in life. Quite naturally, no one could know the thoughts, challenges, and struggles that Carrier faced than the author himself.

The writer is able to give the reader insight into his progression from an out-of-work and out-of-luck young man into a dedicated and courageous war correspondent who didn't let a little war stop him from pursuing the story behind the story. He went into many dangerous areas that he was warned not to venture into. He had great empathy for the people who were suffering under deplorable and life-threatening conditions and was determined to get his story no matter what.

Scott Carrier began his...

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