Stephen King Writing Styles in Night Shift

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Point of View

The point of view in these stories differs from story to story. Jerusalem's Lot is told as though through letters, making the point of view third person omniscient. Many of the other stories are also third person omniscient, told through the eyes of one narrating character and told in such a way that the reader is allowed to not only see the action of the plot, but the thoughts and feelings of the main character as well. Some of the stories are told in the first person point of view, restricting the narration to a single character, but allowing the reader full access to that character's thoughts and feelings, as well as actions. Finally, some of the stories are told with an authorial voice, such as "The Man Who Loved Flowers," telling a story while moving from mind to mind so that the reader gets a...

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