Beryl Bainbridge Writing Styles in Master Georgie

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Point of View

This story is told from the point of the view of first person, meaning that one of the characters in the novel is telling the story from his or her point of view, using the pronoun "I." Three characters take turns telling the story. They are Myrtle, Mr. Potter and Pompey Jones. The reader is privy to the thoughts and feelings of each as they take their turn, but is limited as to what they can know of other characters except through the speaker's observations. Of the six chapters in the novel, each speaker has two chapters in which they narrate the story. As they all interact with one another and with Master Georgie, the reader can then decide what might be fact, and what might be fiction regarding people and situations. Readers can also decide for themselves the true, inner nature of a character, as...

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