Janette Oke Writing Styles in Love Takes Wing

Janette Oke
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Point of View

This story is told through the point of view of a third-person and omniscient narrator. This narrator knows the thoughts and emotions of each character. The action of the novel, and most of the narration, centers around Belinda who is the main character of the novel. The majority of the insights of the action of the book are given through her eyes. It is proven that this narrator has this same insight into other characters emotions and thoughts through characters such as Pierre, for instance. When Pierre meets Belinda, the narrator records the thoughts going on in his mind concerning his doubts about her.

The story is told more through exposition than dialogue. Even though this is the case, there is still a considerable amount of dialogue included. Exposition is important to the story because it gives the narrator space in which to describe what is...

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