Graham Moore Writing Styles in Last Days of Night

Graham Moore
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Point of View

The novel is narrated in the third person from the point of view of the protagonist, Paul Cravath. His journey from a precocious and inexperienced young lawyer who just made partner to a hardened and formidable attorney, within the space of just a few years, is recounted with great attention to the details of those with whom he interacts and the things which they create. There is not a single scene without Paul, which affirms his status as the effective narrator of the novel. However, the careful reading of the facial expressions and mannerisms of his colleagues, friends, family and enemies reveals almost as much of what these characters are thinking and feeling as would be revealed had the novel been narrated from their point of view.

Language and Meaning

The language is largely conversational with regards to dialogue. It is steeped in affected formality...

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