Stephen King Writing Styles in Skeleton Crew

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Point of View

In the "Introduction", the point of view is first person and limited. The point of view is reliable since King is talking about his thoughts pertaining to his work. The "Introduction" is written is the form of a monologue from the viewpoint of Stephen King. "The Mist" is written from a first person, limited point of view which appears to be reliable. It is approximately three-fifths exposition with the remainder being dialogue, and it is written from the viewpoint of David Drayton. "Here There Be Tygers" is written from a first person, limited point of view. It is unreliable as the reader may question if Charles imagined the scene in the bathroom. There is a fairly equal distribution of exposition and dialogue in this tale told by Charles, a young boy. "The Monkey" is told through a third person, limited point of view as the narrator...

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