Neil Gaiman Writing Styles in Stories: All-New Tales

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Point of View

Stories is a collection of tales by a variety of authors. Each story has a different perspective though it seems many are told in the first person narrative such as Blood, where the husband tells the story of his spiral into need and how he copes with it and Wildfire In Manhattan as well as the Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains, Unbelief, The Stars are Falling, Loser, Samantha's Diary and Juvenal Nyx. Fossil-Figures is more an example of omniscient narrative as the author writes with knowledge of the feelings and thoughts of both characters as is Leif in The Wind, and Weights and Measures where the story is told from both the wife and the husband's perspectives. The Knife uses a third person narrative to describe how the character commits a murder as is the case in Catch and Release where the narrator...

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