Richard Bach Writing Styles in One

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Point of View

One by Richard BNach is written in the first person with the narrator being the author. The author is telling of his and his wife's experiences in the alternate world of space time. The experience is spacetime allows the couple to explore issues that are of concern to them and to the author, basically the issues of war and love and the importance of choice.

Bach views life as a learning experience in which an individual's reality is dictated by the choices he or she makes and this is evident in the book. The author makes his views known through the characters and their experiences and discussions. The use of the first person emphasizes this point. Since Richard or Leslie, or both, are present in all scenes, the reader does not lose anything by the use of the first person because there are no scenarios without...

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