Susan Isaacs Writing Styles in Almost Paradise

Susan Isaacs
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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person point of view with an authorial voice. There is no one character who is the narrator of the novel. Instead, the author is the clear narrator of this novel, telling the story with references to things that neither of the main characters could possibly know, such as the true identity of Jane's mother, who later lied to everyone about her birth parents, or details about Jane's accident that Jane could not have known and Nicholas was not yet in a position to know.

The point of view of the novel is a type of narration that allows the reader an intimate look at all the main characters, but also provides insight into the events in the novel that might not have been available with another point of view. While the authorial voice can be intrusive in some writing...

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