Stephen King Writing Styles in The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three

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Points of View

The story is told in the third person omniscient. Each character's thoughts are given in detail while an overall narrative voice provides background detail that is missing from the specific thoughts and dialogue of the characters. The reader learns the individual thoughts of each character as well as the ways that these thoughts interact with each other in the actions of the characters.

The point of view allows the reader to learn different pieces of information from different characters. This allows the reader to have a more complete picture of what is going on than any individual character has. In this way, the reader is able to anticipate many events as well as understand why characters act in the ways that they do. The reader is able to get a more in-depth picture of each character by reading the combination of their thoughts and actions.

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