Daniyal Mueenuddin Writing Styles in In Other Rooms, Other Wonders

Daniyal Mueenuddin
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Point of View

For the most part, the stories are told from the third person, past tense point of view. They are also told, for the most part, from a limited perspective. This means that the narration in each piece focuses primarily on the experiences, perspectives, and thoughts of that piece’s central character, or protagonist. There are occasional exceptions, moments during several stories in which the inner life of a character other than the protagonist is explored: for example, in the story that gives the collection its title (“In Other Rooms, Other Wonders”), much of the narration is focused on the experiences and perspectives of protagonist Husna, but there are also glimpses into the inner life of K.K. Harouni, the man with whom Husna becomes involved. Here it’s interesting to note how, in spite of Harouni having degrees of presence and/or importance in several...

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