Greg Mortenson Writing Styles in Stones Into Schools: Promoting Peace with Education in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Greg Mortenson
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Perspective

Greg Mortenson, the author of this book, writes in the first person point of view in order to give the reader better insight into the workings of his organization, the Central Asia Institute. Mortenson's perspective is subjective because it is taken from a very private point of view. The purpose of the book is to give readers insight not only into CAI, but into the people who are aided with their hope. In this book, Mortenson lays it all out for the reader to see, even talking about this personal life and failures in such a way that the reader understands not only the day to day workings of CAI, but the personal toll it takes on Mortenson and his family.

The perspective of this book works because the reader walks away with a better understanding of not only the people of Pakistan and Afghanistan who are helped...

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