W. Bruce Cameron Writing Styles in A Dog's Journey

W. Bruce Cameron
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Point of View

The narrative relies on the first-person perspective of the voice of Buddy. This is appropriate given the narrative’s premise that Buddy meets CJ and the narrative is about their intertwined journey to find their respective identities and fulfill their respective destinies. The point of view works particularly well in that Buddy's voice is strong and distinct. It represents his state of mind, allowing readers to follow his growth through his voice. The point of view ties into the themes regarding reincarnation by using Buddy's own words, memories, and experiences to prove that he has been reincarnated. In addition, the point of view supports the theme of the journey being one's life's work as it is the soul of Buddy's accumulated experiences in his journey that gives him the ability to teach people how to let go of their fear and find peace and acceptance...

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