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Terry Pratchett Writing Styles in Pyramids: The Book of Going Forth

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Point of View

The story is written in third person with a mostly limited point of view. The reader will have brief narratives that will explain feelings and things that are going on that would otherwise be hidden to the reader, but throughout much of the book the reader knows just as much as the main character about anything going on to others in the book. The main character in the book is Teppic, but the reader will have several areas in the book where Teppic isn't included. There are portions of the book that focus on explaining the makeup of the fictional world in which the story takes place.

While the point of view is limited, the author makes sure that the reader has enough information for the foreshadowing of events that will take place. The author wrote the story to be funny, and there will be many...

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