Danielle Steel Writing Styles in Coming Out

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Point of View

The book is written from the third-person point of view. The author is basically the narrator of the story. This is effective for a novel of this kind because it allows the narrator to tell the story. The reader is confined to the views of one person in this way. Each character is allowed to express their opinions which are important in a novel where each character's different opinions are the basis for the novel.

Each character is allowed to express their opinion and their reason for their opinion. This is the way in which all of the various conflicts inherent in the novel are revealed and developed. This third-person point of view allows the reader to come to know each of the characters independent of Olympia's views.

Danielle Steel is a popular author who has written many novels. Many of her novels have been adapted...

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