John Steakley Writing Styles in Armor

John Steakley
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Point of View

The story is written in the first person point of view although the focus of the main character changes. The reader will see things from Felix's point of view for part of the story but also from Jack Crow's point of view. At times, although it doesn't change the way the reader sees it, the story is actually told from the point of view of Jack seeing what Felix is seeing. The story has a limited point of view, but the characters have a good sense of intuition that is given to the reader in regards to their surroundings. The story is told in past tense and often in a chapter the author will end a section by giving a hint of what is to come. An example of this is when Jack is about to delve into Felix's body Armor again to witness the final...

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