Garth Nix Writing Styles in Sir Thursday

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Point of View

Sir Thursday is primarily recounted from the limited and omniscient point of view. Most chapters follow Arthur Penhaligon as he searches for the Key, Will, and Sir Thursday. However, a few chapters are told while following Leaf as she battles the Skinless Boy. Two chapters are told as the Army watches the New Nithlings approach the Great Maze. These characters are chronicled so the story can be told when Arthur is not present in the text. However, Arthur is the main character of the book. Leaf may be considered the second major character in the book as she becomes the lead character when Arthur is not in the chapter. Arthur and Leaf's thoughts help the reader to understand the story. Their thoughts are especially helpful when they are flashing back to scenes from previous books in the series.

Setting

There are two main settings in Sir...

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