Paulo Coelho Writing Styles in Manual of the Warrior of Light

Paulo Coelho
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Point of View

The book is written in the first person limited point of view. The reader sees the entire picture, but only really knows what the boy is thinking and his motives for listening for the bells at the beginning of the story. After the initial story line is established, the rest of the book is a narrative between the woman and the boy, now a man. The woman dictates to the man what she wants written in a book that is to be about what it means to be a Warrior of the Light. The notes that she tells him are what is written in the book.

Setting

The book begins in a small ocean village. The main character, a boy whose name we never know, is staring out into the horizon, waiting for the sound of bells from a temple that was on an island that...

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