Pierre Christin Writing Styles in Métro Châtelet, Brooklyn Station (Valerian)

Pierre Christin
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Point of View

The novel is written from a third-person perspective with a focus on Valerian and Laureline. There are some minor exceptions to that focus, as seen when Albert goes into the train station to listen in as corporate employees talk about the demonstration. The authors keep the focus mainly on Valerian in order to retain the ability to make surprises and twists in the story line. For example, Laureline has already figured out who stole the element cubes and how to defeat them by the time she is talking to Valerian in New York. The reader, however, only learns what Laureline knows through her dialogue with Valerian. That information needed to be a surprise. It is revealed as Laureline is preparing to kill Crocbattler and Rackalust.

The graphic perspective is typically omniscient, but it is also focused on Valerian and Laureline with more time spent on...

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