Gene Edwards Writing Styles in A Tale of Three Kings

Gene Edwards
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The point of view of this novel is the authorial voice. This voice is a technique that combines the third person and the first person points of view, allowing the author to voice opinions within the text while telling the story from the third person point of view. This point of view is often identified with an unreliable narrator due to the fact that many of the opinions the author will introduce into the text are pure opinion and not often based on fact. In this novel this can be considered true since many of the author's opinions are indeed based on his personal religious experience and not on any scientific or otherwise proven facts.

The point of view of this novel works because of the nature of the novel. This novel is based on Bible stories and has been written in order to guide modern...

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