Christopher Moore Writing Styles in Coyote Blue

Christopher Moore
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Point of View

The point of view in "Coyote Blue" is third person and omniscient. This is evident by the fact that the narrator reports on the action of the novel but is excluded from the action. It is also evident in the fact that the narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of the characters, other than Coyote. The use of this point of view is important because it allows the narrator to provide information such as flashbacks and background information that occurred at a point before the beginning of the novel. It also provides a more detailed connection between the flashbacks and background information and the current action of the novel. This point of view allows the reader to know what the characters are thinking and what their motives are behind certain actions; again, this excludes Coyote.

This novel is written primarily in dialogue, but the amount of...

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