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Terry Pratchett Writing Styles in Strata

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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is third person. The novel is told through the eyes of the main character, Kin Arad. The author remains with Kin Arad throughout the novel, never moving from her point of view even when the narration moves from Kin's viewpoint. This causes some confusion for the reader as the action often takes place outside of the narration, leaving the reader confused and catching up in a way that sometimes interrupts the flow of the plot.

The point of view of this novel keeps the main character as the focal point of the novel. The entire novel follows Kin Arad, the narrator, and her adventures as she attempts to find the builders of a flat world called the Disc. Only once does the narrator change from Kin, and this is during a point in the plot where Kin is in...

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