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Stephen King Writing Styles in It

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Point of View

The novel has two different points of view. The first point of view is third person. The novel follows the narration of many different characters, most often the members of the Losers Club. The point of view jumps from present tense to past tense, moving back and forth through time as the narration tells the story of the reunion of a group of childhood friends as well as the events they shared in the summer of 1958. The second point of view is first person. Mike Hanlon, one of the members of the Losers Club, begins keeping a diary when the cycle of mysterious deaths begins again. Mike writes these passages in the first person, giving the reader an intimate look at his thoughts as he relates the horrific past of the town of Derry and prepares to call his friends home.

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