Richard Paul Evans Writing Styles in Miles to Go (Walk)

Richard Paul Evans
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is first person. The narrator of this novel is Alan Christoffersen. Alan is walking from Seattle, Washington to Key West, Florida in order to deal with his grief over the loss of his wife. As Alan walks, he meets interesting people and learns something new from each of them.

The point of view of this novel is appropriate to the plot because it keeps the reader focused on only one character in the novel. Alan shares all his thoughts and actions with the reader, drawing the reader in like they were speaking with a good friend. Alan is struggling with his own grief over the loss of his wife, but manages to find time to help other people. By helping these others, Alan learns a few lessons that are often hard won for most people. In telling his...

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