Michael Lewis (author) Writing Styles in The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine

Michael Lewis (author)
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Perspective

The author of this book was once a broker on Wall Street. This experience led the author to feel somewhat bitter about the actions of those who work on Wall Street and to hope the book he wrote about his experiences would change the way people work on Wall Street. Instead, the author's first book became something of a how-to manual for young men like himself. It is with this outlook that the author investigates and reports on the stock market crash of 2008.

The author's perspective in this book is somewhat subjective due to his own experiences on Wall Street. However, the author reports the facts of the stock market crash of 2008 with as much truth as he could discover in the stories of the people who were there and knew what was happening. The author takes the perspective of those who saw the crash coming and moved...

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