King, Stephen Writing Styles in 11/22/63: A Novel

King, Stephen
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Point of View

This story is told from the first person point of view of Jake Epping. He writes the story after the fact at the Tamarack Motor Court. The first person point of view is important to this story because it allows the reader to feel as if Jake is telling his story directly to him. In fact, there are several places where Jake refers directly to the reader. For instance: “In the mornings, when I was freshest, I began work on the manuscript you’re now reading (if there ever is a you)” (361). These references directly to the reader draw the reader even more deeply into Jake’s story because he feels as if Jake is writing the story just for him.

There is a point at which the narration switches to a third person point of view. This happens when Sadie is attacked by her...

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