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Clive Cussler Writing Styles in Raise the Titanic!

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Style

Point of View

The book is written in the third person point of view. This allows the reader to learn more information that the reader could if there was a first person narrator. The use of the first person restricts the reader to events that occur in the presence of the narrator. The use of the third person avoids this problem. The reader gets to know all of the characters and their viewpoints. The reader can see the action that takes place outside of the presence of the narrator.

The author Clive Cussler is well qualified to write a book of this nature. He grew up in California and served in the Air Force during the Korean war. There are many parallels between him and his main character, Dirk Pitt. He has authored many books having to do with undersea adventures.

The intended audience for this novel is anyone...

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