Eoin Dempsey Writing Styles in Finding Rebecca

Eoin Dempsey
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Point of View

“Finding Rebecca” is written from Christopher’s third-person perspective. None of the other characters’ inner thoughts or feelings are revealed throughout the story. The purpose of this from the author’s perspective is likely to show Christopher’s struggle as he works to find Rebecca, which is the main point of the novel. Keeping the narrative in third-person omniscient also allows the reader to go in depth with one character, becoming fully immersed in one character’s full journey from the first to the last page.

Christopher’s third-person perspective allows readers to experience what he experiences throughout the story. This is particularly important for the reader to note the various themes of the novel, most of which come out through Christopher. Thematic elements also show through conversation and the described actions of other characters, as well as assumptions made by the reader based on...

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