Dan Brown Writing Styles in Deception Point

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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is third person and is told from the different perspectives of the various characters. This point of view is effective because many of the characters do not know each other, so it gives background knowledge, emotions, and motivations of each of the characters. One of the major themes of the novel is presidential politics, so this point of view helps to translate what happens behind the scenes with the various people and issues involved in a presidential campaign.

The story is told through equal parts descriptive narration and dialogue between the various characters, which helps to tell the story as well as build the relationships among the characters. There are also passages that involve one or more of the characters reminiscing about events that happened in the past, which helps to explain the characters' motivations and why they act...

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