Robert Jordan Writing Styles in A Crown of Swords

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Point of View

The point of view in the story is told in the third person point of view. The point of view will change throughout the story. Some of the characters will have less than a page with the point of view coming from them, while others seem to have several chapters in a row. Both antagonists and protagonists will have their point of view shown in the story. The main characters that will have their point of view used will be Rand, Perrin, Mat, Elayne, Nynaeve, and Egwene. These characters are all fighting the same battle from different fronts and so there will be a wide picture drawn to understand how they are, or are not, working together. It is also useful in understanding events that are being foreshadowed.

The point of view in the story is somewhat limited to the character whose point of view is...

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