Ken Follett Writing Styles in A Place Called Freedom

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A Place Called Freedom is written in the third person point of view with the author, Ken Follett, acting as the narrator. This point of view allows the author to provide. The reader with background and other information that is necessary to the story. The third person point of view is broader in scope than the first person point of view for just this reason. A story told in the first person point of view limits the knowledge of the reader to events that take place in the presence of the narrator. This problem is avoided by writing in the third person point of view. This allows the author to provide details about the setting, characters, background and other information that the reader wouldn't otherwise have. It also allows the reader to learn the nature of the different characters. In addition to the dialogue between the...

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