Nora Roberts Writing Styles in Finding the Dream

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Point of View

"Finding the Dream" is written in the third person omniscient point of view. The novels narrators are many and varied, but the main narrators are Laura Templeton and Michael Fury. Laura begins the novel, taking the reader on a tour of her immediate past, showing how she came to be married to Peter Ridgeway, only to suffer in their marriage and through the divorce. Now Laura is picking up the pieces. Michael takes up the narration, discussing his past and expressing how he has always felt inferior to the Templetons, especially in the light of their housekeeper, Ann Sullivan's, disapproval of him.

The point of view of this novel is a common one, used most often in modern fiction. The point of view allows the author to delve into the thoughts and emotions of her main characters, presenting an intimate view of these characters that is...

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