Judith McNaught Writing Styles in Double Standards

Judith McNaught
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person omniscient. The novel uses several characters as narrators, beginning with Philip Whitworth, then changing to Lauren Danner and Nick Sinclair. Lauren and Nick are the main characters within the novel and their narration comprises the bulk of the story, with Lauren taking the lead in most of the chapters. The narration allows the reader to see and hear all events through the narrator as well as feel the emotions of the character narrating the story at that point. This point is very important because this novel is a romance and the feelings of the main characters are of special concern to the reader. It is the budding relationship between Lauren and Nick that drives the plot, pulling the reader in through descriptions of the encounters as well as their growing affection for one another.

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