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Christopher Moore Writing Styles in Island of the Sequined Love Nun

Christopher Moore
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Point of View

The point of view is third person, which allows the reader to better understand the feelings as well as the actions of the characters in the novel. This is very helpful, especially in the case of the main character, Tucker Case. Case experiences many life altering moments in the novel and the reader is able to not only experience the moments with him, but judge him less harshly because of the writing style.

The novel is filled with both dialogue and descriptive passages, both of which move the reader along at a quick pace, giving one the feel of the urgency involved in the storyline. The dialogue allows the reader to get a better feel for the characters by the way they interact, as well as their motivations for their behaviors. This is especially significant when dealing with the main character, Tucker Case, as the novel...

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