Keith Raffel Writing Styles in A Fine and Dangerous Season

Keith Raffel
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first person point of view. The narrator is Nathan ‘Nate’ Michaels, an employee of Hewlett-Packard. Nate was once friends with Jack Kennedy and is called to the White House to help with the Cuban Missile Crisis when it becomes apparent that an old family friend who is now the head of the KGB in the United States will only talk to Nate.

The point of view of this novel works throughout most of the novel. The point of view keeps the reader close to Nate and creates a relationship between reader and character that makes the reader care what might happen to Nate. However, the point of view limits the narration to only what Nate would know. Therefore, it makes some parts of the novel unrealistic, such as the idea that Nate would be allowed to attend a sensitive...

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