Don Richardson Writing Styles in Eternity in Their Hearts

Don Richardson
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Point of View

"Eternity in Their Hearts" is written from an evangelical Christian point of view. It is narrated by Don Richardson, the author, and sometimes he tells his own life stories from a first-person point of view, such as describing going to live among headhunters with his family. Richardson tells various stories from around the world and throughout history, some of which are historical accounts, while others are from scripture or folk tales, or even from his own imagination. He tells them from the point of view of a third-person narrator, who is not omniscient. However, he adds color and vivacity to the characters by surmising what their thoughts and motivations might be, and although he is drawing upon sources, he adds his own details to make it more interesting and coherent. To some extent, this serves to improve the storytelling, especially with stories that have been told...

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