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Pierce Brown Writing Styles in Red Rising

Pierce Brown
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first person point of view. The author uses Darrow, the main character, as the narrator. Darrow narrates the story as though he is telling it to the reader as it happens. This narration draws the reader in close to Darrow and allows the reader to know only what Darrow is thinking and doing.

The point of view of this novel works with the plot because it tells the story through Darrow’s eyes, drawing the reader in so tightly that they feel as if they are one with Darrow. The reader cares about Darrow, wants Darrow to survive his ordeal to fight another day. This is important because Darrow is the hero of the novel and the one person that the reader should be rooting for. However, the author attempts to kill Darrow twice in the plot, but the...

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