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Taylor Brown Writing Styles in Gods of Howl Mountain

Taylor Brown
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Point of View

The narration generally utilizes a limited third-person perspective. The two point-of-view characters in the novel are Rory and Granny. This third-person narration conveys the thoughts and perspectives of Rory and Granny, but it never gives the reader any type of direct access to the interiorities of other characters. By focusing on the perspectives of Rory and Granny, the narrative compels the readers to sympathize with them as the protagonists and to recognize their personal merits as well as their more morally ambiguous traits and actions. When narrating the story of Bonni and Connor, the narration does not generally provide direct access to the interiority of either character, but the prose evokes the sense of growing love between the characters.

Although the narrative generally adheres only to the perspectives of two characters, the general narrative and the character ensemble function to evoke a wider historical perspective...

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