Bruce Sterling Writing Styles in Schismatrix Plus

Bruce Sterling
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Point of View

Schismatrix is written primarily in the first person perspective, primarily as experienced by the main character, Abelard Lindsay. There are small segments devoted to the first person perspective of Constantine as well. The author paints a good story that enables the readers to put themselves into the heart and mind of Lindsay as he experiences heartache and triumph. The story begins with Lindsay and his exile to another Concatenate for subversive behavior.

His exile is where the story begins, and Lindsay's fear and unease is well defined as he finds his way around the new life he now has. One thing is almost immediately clear to him: In order to survive, he must find a way to make himself indispensable to all factions rather than taking sides and becoming one faction or another. He immediately sets out to win over the first pawn in his scheme...

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