Charlaine Harris Writing Styles in Shakespeare's Champion

Charlaine Harris
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Point of View

Shakespeare's Champion by Charlaine Harris is written in the first person, from the point of view of Lily Bard, the main character in the novel. This is helpful to the reader, as it provides a first hand look at the events that take place in the town, and provides insight from Lily's perspective. Knowing the thoughts and feelings of Lily provides the reader with a deeper sense of the events that occur, as well as some perspective of the characters involved. As a cleaning lady, Lily has access to the lives of many of the characters involved in the novel.

The prologue is the only exception to this, as it is written in the third person. As Lily is not present when Del Packard was killed, the author provides the reader with the knowledge that Del's death is not accidental. Though the killer is not revealed...

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