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Bernard Evslin Writing Styles in The Adventures of Ulysses

Bernard Evslin
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person. This point of view is omniscient and appears reliable; this is proven by the fact that the narrator is able to report on the thoughts and feelings of Ulysses and other notable characters in addition to the action of the story. This point of view is important since it allows the reader to anticipate events by being privy to Ulysses' thoughts. It is also important because it conveys Ulysses' thoughts concerning his journey home. The many adventures that Ulysses faces would not be as impressive if the reader did not have access to his thoughts and feelings throughout the story. This is so because of the saying that courage is not the absence of fear but the decision that something else is more important than that fear; by seeing Ulysses' fear of many of his adventures...

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