Jo Baker Writing Styles in Longbourn

Jo Baker
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Point of View

The novel is written in third point omniscient point of view, keeping the focus mainly on Sarah but often delving into the actions and thoughts of other characters, particularly Mrs. Hill and James. The other characters are not often shown in an omniscient view, the instances of this happening are very few and far in between. The narration primarily keeps to the actions and thoughts of the main protagonists of the story, Sarah and James and their interactions with the other characters. In this way, the narrative focuses mainly on the series of events as it unfolds for the protagonists with very little deviation. The major plot line of the novel is the growing romance of Sarah and James as Sarah deals with her conflict of wanting to experience the world but having no ability to do this and James deals with issues from his...

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