Different Perspectives From Different Authors

It is a natural thing for people to have different perspectives. For example, two people may watch the same speaker present on their career. The speaker mentions his rough upbringing, his efforts in school, and then his success in life. While one viewer may see this as an inspirational story and be impressed by how much the speaker has overcome. The other viewer may see the speaker as egotistical for highlighting his accomplishments in such detail. Thought the two viewers heard the same story their opinions can vary based on their ideals and preferences. This is the same with authors. When two authors write about the same story, their opinions will naturally be different on aspects of the story. These may be big or small differences, but no two stories will be exactly the same.


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Last updated: 12/15/2017
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