Diana Gabaldon Writing Styles in Outlander

Diana Gabaldon
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This story is told from the point of view of Claire Randall. She speaks to herself throughout the novel, commenting on her feelings toward each subject, the characters and development of the people in her story. One knows that she is quite taken by the 1700's. She finds their ways intriguing and interesting, although archaic. She is sympathetic to the wounded men and does her best to mend their wounds with her nursing skills.

This story is fiction, a work in which one timeframe is interrupted by another. The people in the earlier timeframe are depicted as more loyal, compassionate and noble than people from the latter timeframe. Love conquers all, the author shows us. Claire, the main character, is thrown into a relationship with a man she barely knows, yet grows to love him absolutely with everything in her soul. As it turns out, they...

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