Victor Serge Writing Styles in The Case of Comrade Tulayev

Victor Serge
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Point of View

The point of view in The Case of Comrade Tulayev is the third person omniscient. This point of view works very well as it gives the author the opportunity to delve into the minds and actions of a large list of main characters. This is a very complex novel, and it would not have nearly the depth and scope that it has if only one point of view was offered.

In using the third person omniscient, the reader is allowed to step into the thoughts of the accused, the prosecutors, and even the perpetrator of the crime. The third person omniscient also gives the author free license to describe in extremely beautiful detail the sweeping scenes of the Russian countryside, the starkness of the jail cells, and the blinding sunshine of Barcelona.

The author utilizes this point of view to its fullest to give very truthful...

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