Dave Barry Writing Styles in Peter and the Starcatchers

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Point of View

The point of view for most of this novel is the subjective third person with multiple perspectives. The narrator follows several different characters, showing us the world around them as well as their own personal thoughts and feelings. In some places in this novel, the authors seem to switch to a reliable omniscient third person viewpoint. In these sections, the narrator is aware of things happening around the characters that none of the characters themselves are aware of. For example, while Slank and Little Richard are in the longboat and are distracted by the mermaids, none of them notice the trunk floating away on the current.

Setting

This story takes place during the reign of the first Queen Elizabeth. Peter and his fellow orphans start out at a orphanage in England. After they are carried by carriage to the Never Land, the story takes place on...

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