W. E. B. Griffin Writing Styles in Line of Fire

W. E. B. Griffin
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Point of View

Line of Fire is written in the third person point of view with the narrator being the author, W.E.B. Griffin. The use of the third person point of view allows the author to provide the necessary background information regarding history, setting, characters, equipment and other information that is useful to the reader. The author provides all of the information that the reader needs to understand the equipment and technical terms and to keep the action of the novel flowing smoothly. The use of the third person point of view avoids the problem of the first person, in which the reader is only privy to information that is available to the story teller. This problem does not occur when the third person point of view is employed.

The reader has the chance to become familiar with the personalities of the main characters since there is...

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