Terry Brooks Writing Styles in Angel Fire East

Terry Brooks
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Point of View

The point of view utilized in "Angel Fire East" is the third person. This point of view is omniscient and reliable, which is evidenced by the fact that the narrator is privy to the thoughts and feelings of all of the characters in the novel. Additionally, the narrator knows about the characters' pasts and is able to share this knowledge with the reader when it is deemed necessary to understand the present events. This is significant to the novel as it provides the reader with access to the motivations behind each of the characters' decisions and actions.

The novel is written using approximately three-quarters exposition, with the remaining quarter being written as dialogue. This distribution is very effective as it allows the narrator to explore the minds of the characters, providing the reader with extensive descriptions of the situations presented. Because the narrator knows the characters'...

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