David Morrell Writing Styles in Murder as a Fine Art

David Morrell
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Point of View

Murder As A Fine Art as written by David Morrell is a story told in singular narrative from a third person omniscient perspective. The story unfolds beginning with the preparations made by the artist of death as he readies himself to commit the first of two multiple murders. Copying and expanding on the manner in which the Ratcliffe Highway murders were committed, the artist of death not only honors his father's horrific display by repeating it, but also manages to improve on it by adding victims and increasing the element of public fear by disguising himself as first a sailor, and then a police sergeant. These details create an overall tableau of mistrust and anger in the public.

Along with these segments of third person omniscient narrative, there are segments included from Emily's journal which detail her experiences with her father while they are in...

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