Stephen King Writing Styles in Cycle of the Werewolf

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Point of View

Cycle of the Werewolf is told from the pont of view of an omniscient and third-person narrator. The narrator observes events as they occur, but also offers insights into the thoughts and feelings of the characters as well as events that have taken place in the past. Since most of the chapters feature just one character, and a different character in each, the narrator is able to give the reader a glimpse into the thoughts of a number of people at the moment they realize what is about to befall them at the hands of the werewolf. The most important use of the omniscient third-person narrator, however, is the ability to provide insights into the mind of Rev. Lowe as he gradually realizes what he has become and struggles to come to terms with it.

Setting

The novel is set in the fictional town of Tarker's...

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