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Norman Grubb Writing Styles in Rees Howells: Intercessor

Norman Grubb
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Style

Perspective

The book is primarily written in second person accounts. The author had the opportunity to meet Rees Howells and family members to hear the stories first hand. There are portions of the book presented in first person accounts by Rees Howells himself and on the occasion other people directly relaying events. There are also some third person accounts where testimonies were retold. The author also shares in the Foreword the names of people who provided details and information relayed in the book. The credentials of everyone involved prove the reliability of the information presented.

Most of the book is an account of the life events of Rees Howells. There are testimonies from the lives of other individuals but they are told in the context of how they affected Rees' life. It is written in past tense with the majority of writing being in story form with some dialogue...

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