S. D. Perry Writing Styles in Caliban Cove

S. D. Perry
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Point of View

The point of view in "Caliban Cove" is the third person and omniscient. This is proven by the fact that the narrator has access to all of the characters' thoughts and emotions. The narrator also seems to be reliable as nothing in the narration is ever contradicted. This is particularly useful as the narrator alternates between characters, providing the readers with information from multiple perspectives and keeping them more informed than the characters themselves. The use of this point of view is extremely important to the novel as it keeps them especially informed. It also allows them to see each character's feelings about the mission, each other and specific events.

The distribution of exposition and dialogue is fairly equal. This is useful as it provides the interaction between characters as well as their thoughts and feelings. This format keeps the reader informed throughout the novel, always...

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