Catherine Fisher Writing Styles in Incarceron

Catherine Fisher
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Point of View

The story is written in third-person point of view. At times the story is omniscient and the reader is able to know what the characters are thinking, but this is limited. Often it will appear more like an interpretation of what the character looks like he or she is feeling. The characters that are seen as stoic and quite will typically be the ones that the reader will have a hard time knowing what they are thinking and what motives are driving their current actions.

The point of view switches between the different characters in the story but primarily is seen from that of Claudia or Finn. These two characters give points of view of the majority of the events that take place in the story. While it is seen that some things bother Finn in the story, the only reason that the know that the...

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