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

W. Bruce Cameron
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Point of View

The main point of view of the book is the first person. The book is narrated by a dog who goes through 4 different lifetimes and the reader sees everything from the dog's point of view. Even the feelings and emotions of the humans in the book are seen and felt from the dog's point of view. However, some of the dialogue between the human characters brings out more of how they feel and think as humans and develops the plot in more detail.

The dog in all of his incarnations has a point of view determined by what he sees, smells, senses, hears, and feels. His point of view is shaped by the loyalty and love he feels for the humans he comes in contact with. The dog can sense the feelings of humans and that determines to a great extent what his point of view...

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