Gary Paulsen Writing Styles in Brian's Hunt

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Point of View

The story is written in the third person from Brian's perspective. The perspective is completely limited meaning the reader knows only what Brian knows, thinks, feels, or says. The reader learns a great deal about Brian and how he thinks though Brian doesn't convey these things to the reader. Since they are part of his personal history, the reader becomes privy to this information. For example, the reader learns that Brian has examined his abilities over the past few years and because he has become much more capable, he now remembers the crash of the plane two years earlier as horrific. He knows that his memories of the wreck have changed as he has change. The reader also learns about Brian's attitude toward the wilderness and the animals, partly because of his actions but partly because of the background presented to the reader. Brian spent months...

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