W. E. B. Griffin Writing Styles in The Corps: Book 1 Semper Fi

W. E. B. Griffin
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Point of View

Semper Fi is written in the third person point of view with the narrator being the author W.E.B. Griffin. This approach is very appropriate for the novel since it allows the author to provide the reader with the necessary information on background, setting, and characters. This approach allows the author to impart more information to the reader than the first person point of view would. In this approach, the knowledge of the reader is limited to the knowledge of the storyteller. The third person approach avoids this situation and allows the author to provide as much background and other information as is needed. Since the characters continually interact with dialogue throughout the book, the reader is able to become familiar with their personalities. The reader can feel their anticipation of the on-coming war as the characters go through their training. The author obviously does...

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