Myles Connolly Writing Styles in Mr. Blue

Myles Connolly
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Point of View

The point of view of Mr. Blue is the first person. The narrator of the book is not the same person as the author, Myles Connolly and he also never named himself. All we know about the author is that he is a good bit older than Mr. Blue, sometime passed middle age. He is a businessman and believes that business is the backbone of civilization. He likes money and realizes this yet he finds Mr. Blue irresistible and cannot help but become his close friend.

The narrator is an exceedingly practical man. He always encourage Mr. Blue to calm down and be more practical. He gets particularly upset with Mr. Blue for throwing himself in front of a car to save his co-worker Joe and landing himself in the hospital and encourages Mr. Blue not to waste the $2 million he inherited. However, he finds arguing...

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