Stuart Woods Writing Styles in New York Dead

Stuart Woods
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Point of View

New York Dead is written in the third person, with the narrator following the life of Stone Barrington, the main character. This is helpful to the reader as the thoughts and feelings of Stone directly impact the direction the novel takes at times. The reader is better able to understand Stone's motivations for the choices he makes with the insight into his life and those he cares for.

The novel is written with both descriptive passages and dialogue. The descriptive passages allow the reader to get a feel of the world that Stone lives in, as well as the types of people he associates with. The dialogue contained within the novel gives one a sense of the characters and the how they interact with each other. The dialogue also provides a sense of the background of some characters. Though all of the characters are educated, there...

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