Janette Oke Writing Styles in Love Finds a Home

Janette Oke
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Point of View

The story is told from the third-person point of view of an uninvolved narrator. The story is told from Belinda's point of view and the narrator has an omniscient view into her thoughts and actions. The narrator follows Belinda through her growth as she develops from a young lady who serves as a personal nurse in a strange town to the executor of an estate back to a home town girl, to Drew's wife. The impact of Belinda's growth would not be as strong if the story was told from any other point of view. The third person point of view keeps the reader from becoming too emotionally connected with the characters but still keeps the reader engaged in the action of the novel.

The narrator appears to be reliable regarding the information he gives about Belinda, her thoughts and her actions. The actions of the...

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