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John Grisham Writing Styles in The Broker

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Style

Point of View

The novel is written in the third person point of view. The novel shifts from character to character, allowing the reader to see the thoughts and opinions of more than one character throughout the development of the plot. This shifting point of view has the potential to be confusing, but the author is careful to only shift points of view at the beginning of a chapter or after a paragraph break that alerts the reader to a new scene.

The point of view of this novel is a common third person omniscient point of view that is popular in modern bestselling novels. The author does not make one character his narrator, but instead moves from character to character in order to show multiple points of view of the plot. This allows to know both what the protagonist and antagonist are thinking as the plot develops. This...

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