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Robert E. Howard Writing Styles in The Bloody Crown of Conan

Robert E. Howard
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Point of View

The Bloody Crown of Conan is told from a third person point of view. The point of view allows the reader to look at Conan from an outside perspective. One can see his hulking stature and gigantic muscles. A reader views him as a brutal barbarian with a frightening presence. It is the third person point of view that allows the reader to get this perspective. This view allows for Conan to be discussed in a non-biased way. He is not without morals, yet he is brutal. He is Conan. One can view him as a two-dimensional person: a person who thinks, but also a person who acts. The view also provides a scenic description of Conan's struggles and Conan in battle. For example, in the final battle scenes, the reader sees from an outsider perspective, thus giving a wide scope of how each battle plays...

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