Margaret Weis Writing Styles in Dragons of Autumn Twilight

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Point of View

The story is written in third person point of view in past tense. The companions are often the ones that are shadowed and so the point of view in the story is often told from their point of view. Tanis appears to be the main focus often in the story, but the others will be the ones whose point of view is focused on continually in the story. There will be other characters as well that are shadowed, and so the reader will be able to see the actions and the different motivations that many of the characters have. Some of the characters shadowed will only be seen briefly in the story, but their point of view will add to the overall plot of the story.

The story's point of view is limited to the character being shadowed and while the reader will be able to...

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