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Pamela Aidan Writing Styles in An Assembly Such as This

Pamela Aidan
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Point of View

The point of view of "An Assembly Such As This" is third person. This point of view is limited and reliable which is proven by the fact that the narrator knows the actions of the events reported upon and can only examine Darcy's thoughts and feelings without access to the thoughts and feelings of the other characters in the novel. This point of view is important to the novel since the main theme is Darcy's conflicting feelings about Miss Elizabeth Bennet. If the narrator could not share Darcy's thoughts and feelings to compare to the contradicting words that he speaks, the reader would not understand Darcy's confusion regarding Elizabeth or the reason for his cold behavior toward her.

"An Assembly Such As This" is told by using a fairly equal distribution of exposition and dialogue. This method is used to convey Darcy's thoughts and feelings which...

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