W. Bruce Cameron Writing Styles in A Dog's Way Home

W. Bruce Cameron
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Point of View

W. Bruce Cameron tells his novel A Dog’s Way Home in the first-person, limited-omniscient perspective from the point of view of main character, Bella. The title of the book draws its name from the journey that Bella undertakes to get home to her Lucas. Because Bella is the only one who actually knows what the journey involves, and because there is no one therein better to tell the story of the journal, Bella herself narrates her experience. This also allows Cameron to underscore important thematic arguments he makes, ranging from the intelligence of dogs to the fact that they experience things others will never know about. However, Cameron is quick to be realistic and factual about this as well by limiting Bella’s knowledge of things - ranging from the repentance of the young men who bash apart Axel’s camp to not knowing...

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