Nathan Makaryk Writing Styles in Nottingham

Nathan Makaryk
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Point of View

Within Nottingham, the author uses a limited third person narration to put the readers directly into the mindsets of the characters. There are many different narrators within the novel and the readers must be able to easily switch between them; writing in a limited third person narration is able to accomplish that. This type of narration is immediately apparent in the Prologue where King Richard is the first narrator that the readers are introduced to. The limited narration is extremely useful here as readers gain insight into Richard's mind and his disdain for the English. Readers would not have been able to see this without this type of narration as it would not have allowed access to Richard's inner dialogue. They are able to read his internal reaction to his speech of "the ugly English language" and gain a sense of understanding about his mindset...

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