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Dan Brown Writing Styles in Angels & Demons

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Style

Points of View

Angels & Demons is written in a third-person omniscient point of view. The narrator is reliable and trustworthy. The chapters shift focus from character to character, allowing the reader to see what multiple characters are doing at relatively the same time. For example, one chapter might focus on the Hassassin and his actions while another might focus on Langdon and Vittoria.

By allowing the reader to follow multiple characters through the events of the novel, Brown increases the suspense and mystery of the narrative. The reader is aware early on of the Hassassin and that he is working with someone inside the Vatican. This allows the reader to look for clues as to who Janus is and whether there is an additional person on the inside helping. At the same time, the reader is able to follow Langdon and Vittoria as they track the Hassassin down and...

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