Jim Morrison Writing Styles in Lords and New Creatures

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Point of View

The point of view utilized in "The Lords and The New Creatures" by Jim Morrison varies between first person and third person omniscient.

In the poems using first person, Morrison typically involves personalized observations as well as emotions to convey a particular thought, ideal or scene. Poetry written in first person, given the nature of the art, tends to create more impact than poetry written in the third person.

Some of the topics included in this category include the one about the lynching of the young girl in the southern swamp, in which Morrison expresses his disdain for racists; poetry in which Morrison relates to the presence of the Lords and how they play a part in each life; and the topic of truth in film.

Third person omniscient is used in the majority of the work. Morrison is adept at painting a picture from the...

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