Mercedes Lackey Writing Styles in Arrow's Flight

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person. This point of view is also omniscient and reliable, and this is proven by the fact that the narrator informs the reader of the characters' thoughts and feelings, as well as their physical actions. This point of view is important to the novel as a whole because Talia's development is a predominant aspect of the novel and could not be seen if the reader did not have access to her thoughts and feelings. Additionally, the point of view is useful in allowing the reader to compare and contrast characters as they are privy to the thoughts and emotions of all of the characters.

The story is told through a fairly equal distribution of exposition and dialogue, as well as detours into examining the thoughts and emotions of the characters, especially Talia. This is most likely used...

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