Anya Seton Writing Styles in Green Darkness

Anya Seton
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Point of View

Seton's point of view is third person omniscient. The story is not told from any one character's point of view. Instead, the narrator knows what everyone is thinking. As Seton introduces each character, the reader can tell what the character is thinking because he/she reveals his/her feelings to the reader. It makes sense that Seton chooses to use this point of view because it gives her somewhat formal, informative writing style a more personal touch. It also clues the reader in on each character's feelings, making the readers feel as though they know more than other character's in the book.

The story is told through historical events as well as dialog between the characters. Seton effortlessly transitions between each character's own thoughts and the description of the historical scenes that are taking place. While it is important for the reader to know what is...

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