Robert Jordan Writing Styles in The Dragon Reborn

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Point of View

The entire series is told in third person. A change in the point of view is often announced by a new chapter, but not always. The five central characters, Rand, Mat, Perrin, Nynaeve, and Egwene, dominate the point of view of the series, but Jordan will employ other points of view at times, including those of antagonists. In this volume, he spends almost no time with Rand, and the book is dominated by Perrin and Egwene. The series is epic in size and encompasses hundreds of characters, but there are central characters whose points of view Jordan goes out of his way to avoid. A good example of this is Moiraine Sedai, whose point of view Jordan used only several times in all of the first four books.

Setting

The characters are on the move for most of the book, converging on the city of Tear...

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