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Terry Pratchett Writing Styles in Hogfather

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Point of View

The story is written in third person with a sometimes limited, sometimes omniscient point of view. This is proven by the fact that the reader occasionally knows what each character is thinking at times but other moments will be left to infer what the person was feeling or what the meaning of something is. The reader will follow many different characters throughout the story in order to get a clear grasp of the events that are happening. There are some characters that the reader follows many times during the story, but there are characters that the reader will only see once or twice. Some of the characters the reader won't ever know what they are thinking but will have it interpreted—these are such characters as the Death Rat and the Raven. The Death Rat can only squeak but the Raven, and occasionally Susan, will...

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