Margaret Weis Writing Styles in Dragons of Spring Dawning

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Point of View

The author uses a third-person and omniscient perspective in the narrative, switching from main characters to minor characters, depending on who the paragraph is focusing on at the moment. There is no reliable way of predicting who the voice will be, since the book covers a wide range of characters and the plot does not focus on any character for too long. Tanis is the only character that is focused on consistently throughout the book.

Setting

The setting is the world of Krynn. Krynn is a typical fantasy world that has two moons, dragons, elves, kinders, humans, dwarves, hobgoblins, wizards, sea elves, gods, goddesses, and priests. Topographically, Krynn is much like Earth. It has mountains, plains, rivers, and seas.

During a large portion of the book the characters are in the city of Palanthas, also called Kalaman. This is the greatest city in Krynn. This city...

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