Richard Bach Writing Styles in Running from Safety: An Adventure of the Spirit

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Point of View

In Running from Safety, the author uses a first-person perspective in the narrative. The main character is a writer named Richard. This not only sets the tone for the book, but also keeps the reader wondering how much of the story is based on the true author's own real life situations. This is particularly true when the author, Richard Bach, speaks in first person through his main character, Richard, and mentions other books and characters that he has written in real life as part of the story.

The reader can easily see what Richard is thinking and how he is feeling. This is particularly important since Richard grows exponentially between the beginning of the book and the end of it. This growth primarily happens through introspective analysis and internal thought processes.

The author has Richard talk about and address his thoughts, both the good and the...

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