Clive Cussler Writing Styles in Dragon

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Point of View

The story, Dragon, by Clive Cussler is told from a limited omniscient third person point of view. There are multiple narrators, giving details of the story necessary to understanding all the details when the main character is not in the scene. Most of the story is told from Dirk Pitt's point of view. The reader does not have a lot of insight into Pitt's or other character's plans or thoughts. Rather, the reader is taken through the events exactly as they happen to the narrators, experiencing the occurrences as they develop. This serves to heighten the anxiety and tension as the conflict continues to rise throughout the entire book. The author allows the action and story to unfold through the actions and dialogue of the characters. While the reader is very much along for the ride, being an intimate observer of the events of the book...

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