Terry Brooks Writing Styles in A Knight of the Word

Terry Brooks
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The point of view in the story is told in third person and is in the past tense. The point of view in the story is not limited to one character. The two characters that the point of view is told from the most will be Nest Freemark and John Ross. The main plot in the story heavily involves these two characters. There will be other characters that will be focused on. At times, the author will explain who these characters are, but other times this will be left unexplained. The point of view will be limited to the character that the point of view is coming from. Many of these characters are very intuitive and so their explanations of other peoples' emotions are explained in detail, but whatever these characters are unsure about or are unaware of will also be looked at. There are times...

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