Jason Matthews Writing Styles in Red Sparrow

Jason Matthews
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Point of View

This story is told by a third person narrator. The narrator is omniscient and does not focus on any one character in particular. The narrator knows the thoughts, emotions, and intentions of all of the characters and shares these thoughts, emotions and intentions with the reader. In order for the reader to understand the interactions between groups and characters like the CIA and SVR, Korchnoi and Dominika, Egorov and Putin he has to know the motivating factors and intentions of characters on both sides of these interactions. There would be no way to tell this story completely if it were told from a first-person point of view. A first-person point of view would also allow the reader to get too attached to that one particular character. The third person narrator holds the reader a distance from all of the characters.

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