Anya Seton Writing Styles in Dragonwyck

Anya Seton
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Point of View

This novel is written in the third person, which enables readers to become as involved in what is happening as they would be when going to a movie. Hollywood must have picked up on this because Dragonwyck was made into a motion picture that was quite popular when it was released, and it has also been shown on television.

As events unfold, the reader is given many concrete details that bring the story home. One is also told what the individual characters feel and how those feeling change or endure with the passage of time. In addition, one can see how certain actions on the part of one person are interpreted by others, and what their individual expectations are as well. Then, there is also the frustration all feel occasionally when one wonders what someone else is thinking, and one wishes one could read that person's...

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