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Judith McNaught Writing Styles in Almost Heaven

Judith McNaught
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Style

Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person omniscient. The main narrator is Elizabeth Cameron. The majority of the novel is seen through Elizabeth's eyes, giving the reader not only insight into the actions that Elizabeth sees and partakes in, but also insight into her own emotions and thoughts. The narrator does shift from time to time, allowing the reader into the thoughts and emotions of other characters, such as the Duke of Stanhope and Ian Thornton. This shift in narrating characters allows the reader a greater depth of story, allowing the reader to see more story than they might be limited to if restricted to Elizabeth's narration.

The point of view in this novel works because it allows the reader insight into the thoughts and emotions of the main characters. This novel is a romance and therefore it requires an intimate relationship between...

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