Ian Fleming Writing Styles in From Russia With Love

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person omniscient. The author spends a great deal of his time inside the heads of his narrating characters, building his story with as much internal dialogue as external dialogue and exposition. The narrating characters switch frequently, sometimes as often as every few paragraphs within a single chapter. The narrating character is often the main character in a scene, but occasionally the narrating character is an unimportant character who offers little to the plot but observations. The identity of the character is confusing to the reader from time to time when a modern reader might expect the narrator to go on to be important to the plot, only to find that particular character never appears in the novel again. This might add some confusion to the story for the reader.

The point of view itself does not fluctuate...

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