Raymond E. Feist Writing Styles in Silverthorn

Raymond E. Feist
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Point of View

Silverthorn uses a basic omniscient point of view. Within this omniscience, the attitudes, view of action, and emotions depend upon the character that is most prevalent within the chapter or section. For instance, in the Prologue, the action occurs from the point of view of the witch. Most of the story focuses on Arutha or Jimmy, although some chapters focus on Pug. Occasional sections are focused on other characters. Arutha and Jimmy move the action on in most instances, with their stories most central to the events. Pug's activities on Stardock and Kelewan are revealed through his thinking and actions, though some come from other characters at those locations.

Actions, conversations and emotions are presented in a straightforward manner. The narrator reports actions and emotions of the characters as one viewing the events, occasionally entering the minds and emotions of a specific character. The narrator does...

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