Leonora Carrington Writing Styles in The Complete Stories of Leonora Carrington

Leonora Carrington
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Point of View

The point of view of the first six stories is all in first-person. All of these narrators are young women who tell their stories from a distance, looking back into their past in order to tell the reader about a strange situation that they once found themselves in. “At They Rode Along the Edge” is the first story in the collection in which the narration is omniscient. The narrator is able to weave in and out of the lives of different people within the woods in order to tell a larger tale about the whole ecosystem of the location. After this, the narration switches back to first person for the next two stories, and then switches again to third for “Monsieur Cyril de Guindre,” in which the narration is a close third on the title character. “The Sisters,” “Waiting,” “The Seventh Horse,” all also feature...

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