Julia L. Sauer Writing Styles in Fog Magic

Julia L. Sauer
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Point of View

FOG MAGIC by Julia L. Sauer is written in the third person limited omniscient point of view. The thoughts of the main character, Greta, are revealed to the reader throughout the tale. The book was written in 1943 during World War II. Sauer is able to work a few anti-war comments into the story without overwhelming it. For example, the character Retha tells Greta that living and dying are both natural parts of life. The only unnatural way to die, Retha tells her, is in war. Greta doesn't mention to the unknowing Retha that the planet is currently engulfed in a world war. She responds to Retha's claim that the only unnatural way to die is in war by insisting that it's okay to fight if one is provoked. Retha is not convinced, stubbornly holding to her claim that there is never a reason to go to...

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