Ian Fleming Writing Styles in Moonraker

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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person. The narrator, who is not a character from the story, is reliable and knows all details of the story as well as the characters' inner thoughts and feelings. Along with the narrator, dialogue is also used to progress the story. The viewpoint of all major characters is revealed. Often times the reader is aware of things that the character is not.

Setting

The novel is set in England, in the cities of London and Dover. London is the capital of England and has a population of over one million. Dover is famous for its white cliffs that face the sea. The cliffs are very large and steep. Below the cliffs is a beach. The Moonraker is built into the cliff wall. Bond and Brand are nearly killed when the large pieces of the cliff fall down on them...

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