Ta-Nehisi Coates Writing Styles in Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet (Book 1)

Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Point of View

The story is told from shifting third-person points of view. The narrative mainly shifts between the points of view of T'Challa, The Midnight Angels, and Tetu. Being a comic book there is very little exposition to explain motivation or actions, leaving it to the reader to fill in the blanks by using character dialogue and visual cues from the illustrations. Each of the previously mentioned points of view give the reader different vantage points of Wakanda and its current turmoil. This allows the reader to make judgments for themselves who they most ideologically agree with. This creates an engaging dynamic of not knowing who exactly the hero or villain of the story will be. For example, Ayo and Aneka are seen by T'Challa as traitors but in seeing the good they are accomplishing the reader may choose to side with their mission of that of...

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