Brian Jacques Writing Styles in Taggerung: A Tale from Redwall

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Point of View

"Taggerung" is recounted in the third-person and omniscient narrative voice that describes events outside the direct experience of the characters. The narration also describes the inner thoughts and motivations of many of the main characters, including Tagg, Mhera and Gruven, as well as some secondary characters such as Felch and Antigra when they are the main characters within a certain passage. The point of view within the story changes as the location of the action changes back and forth between characters.

In a larger context, the novel is told from the point of view of Rosabel, the recorder of Redwall who is described as the one setting down the story as part of the archives of Redwall Abbey. In this sense, the point of view is that of the creatures of the Abbey who are sympathetic to their own side of the story. The creatures of...

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