Bruce Bawer Writing Styles in While Europe Slept

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Perspective

The book is written in the first person and is an account of Bawer's experience in Europe. He talks about how the Islamists are tearing apart the European nations, and the governments are not doing anything to stop an inevitable take-over of their country. His aim is to reveal what is happening in the social democracies, and how their very nature as governments are making it easier to be abused. Though he is conservative, his lifestyle is anything but which adds to his legitimacy as a reporter and a writer. He wants to get people to open their eyes to the problems in Europe. It feels like the audience would be the American population, just because he knows that a book such as his would not be picked up by European publishers, at least not mass marketed since European writers on this subject have been ostracized for thinking...

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