Wiley Cash Writing Styles in A Land More Kind Than Home

Wiley Cash
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Point of View

The narrative of this novel is written from the point of view of three protagonists: Adelaide Lyle, Jess Hall and Clem Barefield. The narrative is not told in exact chronological order, as the author choses to stylistically rewind the scene before changing the perspective and character that the reader sees through. There are also a substantial amount of flashbacks used not only for character development, but also to give the reader previously unknown information as the thriller continues. This information is only known by the character having the flashback, and so the reader can see the choices that the character has made or not made with that information. The perspective generally remains equal between the characters, with the character whose perspective moves the thriller forward at that particular moment. The characters often remain the same for two or more chapters until the final five chapters...

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