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P. G. Wodehouse Writing Styles in Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit

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Point of View

The point of view in this novel is first person, as the story is told by the main character, Bertram Wooster. This point of view is necessary, in that the story revolves around Wooster and his family. Without a first person view of Wooster's mind and intellect the story would lack much of the humor, as well as the credibility, that it requires to tell the story. As the main character of the story, it is Wooster's thoughts and emotions that often lead the way into the plot, and as such, would be impossible to tell from any other standpoint. It is through the workings of Wooster's mind that plots are hatched and schemed, and through his perceptions of the world around him that allow Jeeves to intervene as needed to save others from harm.

The story is told as a narrative of the thoughts of...

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