Jill Twiss and Marlon Bundo Writing Styles in Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Presents a Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo

Jill Twiss and Marlon Bundo
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Point of View

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver Presents A Day In The Life Of Marlon Bundo is written in first person limited omniscient from the perspective of the titular character, Marlon Bundo. Like many children's stories in which animals are the narrators and main characters, Marlon's perspective generalizes individual human characters by depicting them only from the neck down. This style of illustration and of presenting humans speaks to the animals' perspective. This point of view sees the world differently than humans and is not concerned with distinguishing the individual character traits of humans. In addition, the depiction of humans from the waist down highlight's Marlon's perspective which sees the world from a lower vantage point. This represents Marlon's initial feelings of loneliness and powerlessness. He is disconnected from those in decision making-power, including his family, until he and the animals discover the power of voting...

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