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Anne Somerset Writing Styles in Elizabeth I

Anne Somerset
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Perspective

The perspective of the book is the perspective of the author, Anne Somerset. The book is written in the third-person point of view with the author acting as narrator. This allows the author to provide all of the background material that is required for the reader to have a total picture of what was happening in the life of Elizabeth. It allows her to discuss the various characters and to present the rich history of the time. The use of the third-person point of view avoids the limitations involved with the first person point of view in which the knowledge of the reader is limited to the knowledge of the narrator. This severely limits the knowledge of the reader and this problem is avoided by the use of the third person point of view. This approach is the best approach for the book and works well for the...

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