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J. K. Rowling Writing Styles in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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Style

Point of View

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is told from a first person perspective. It is told from the perspective of Harry Potter. The scope is limited to that knowledge which Harry has and obtains. The scope is broadened some by the connection that Harry has into Voldemort's mind. When Harry uses this connection, it allows the reader to see pieces of the story from Voldemort's point of view rather than Harry's. These glimpses into Voldemort's mind solidify the fact that Voldemort is completely evil.

The story is told through a mixture of dialog and exposition. The dialog helps the reader to understand the standpoints of the other characters better than only seeing Harry's feelings alone about the person.

Setting

This novel is set mostly in the fictional wizard world in the present. The story begins in Privet Drive, which is a street in a suburban neighborhood...

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