George R. R. Martin Writing Styles in A Feast for Crows

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is subjective third person or limited third-person perspective with multiple view points. In total, there are thirteen point of view characters. Twelve of these characters are main characters, central to the storyline. One character is the focus of the prologue, a single chapter that is unrelated to the rest of the story, and only serves to foreshadow the intrigue to come and set the scene.

The narrator follows one of these characters in each chapter and only knows the personal thoughts and observations of that one character at a time, which allows the author to build several plot twists and a great deal of intrigue and suspense. Most of the story is told through exposition in the form of the memories and observations of the point of view characters, and the author does employ some descriptive world building techniques...

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