Brian Jacques Writing Styles in Mossflower

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Point of View

The novel is recounted in the third-person omniscient point of view. The author uses Tsarmina, Martin, Bella, Gonff, and many other characters as narrators in this novel. The author uses each character to tell their part of the story, telling the reader things they need to know to comprehend the overall plot even though some events might not be known by other important characters. The author also inserts the authorial voice in his narration by suggesting to the reader that Bella is telling the story to a young mouse.

The point of view of this novel works well with the plot of the novel because it creates a well-rounded story in which the reader is aware of many things that are going on that impact the plot of the novel without restricting the point of view to only one or two characters or one side of...

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