John Lennon Writing Styles in In His Own Write

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Point of View

The point of view in the stories varies with each one. John Lennon wrote some of them in first person, such as "I Sat Belonely" and others in third person. There are times in the stories when the reader has a limited point of view of the characters and other times when the reader is allowed to know what the person is thinking. Some of the stories are short narratives that don't have character emotions involved. Since the book is a mixture of poems and short stories as well as brief narrative descriptions of events, the point of views in the stories are wide in range. "The Wrestling Dog," for example, does nothing more than describe the fact that the town mayor got a wrestling dog for the events at the yearly harvest festival in the town. There is no dialog and the story is only...

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