Robin Hobb Writing Styles in Royal Assassin

Robin Hobb
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Point of View

The story is written in first person from the view of the main character, FitzChivalry. It is written in past tense with a limited point of view from everyone except the main character. The reader knows everything that Fitz is feeling. Since the main character is able to Skill out to people, meaning connect with them telepathically, it is possible for the reader to see what other people are thinking at times but it is always what they are feeling at the moment that Fitz connects with them.

The point of view in the story also gives the reader the ability to have information on background that pertains to the events taking place in the story. Fitz explains in the front of the book about Skill and Wit and that the Wit is looked at as a dark magic. The reader is also able to have...

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