Neel Mukherjee Writing Styles in A State of Freedom

Neel Mukherjee
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Point of View

Each of the five distinct narratives utilizes a different perspective, tense, and prose form. In Part I, the narration is written in the third person and the past tense, and the perspective is limited to the father’s point of view. In Part II, the unnamed narrator narrates his experiences in the first person and the past tense. In Part III, the narration is written in the third person and the present tense, and the perspective is limited to Lakshman’s point of view. In Part IV, the narration is written in the third person and the past tense, and the perspective alternates between Milly and Soni’s points of view. Part IV is the only narrative in the novel that is divided into chapters. Part V is written in the third person and the past tense, and the perspective is limited to the unnamed...

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