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Anne Rice Writing Styles in The Feast of All Saints

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Point of View

The novel has a third-person perspective, which is limited in view. This is proven by the fact that the narrator reports upon the actions and events that occur, as well as the dialogue that is exchanged. However, this is complicated slightly by the fact that there are times when the narrator comments on what a specific character is thinking about. Overall, the point of view is reliable which can be seen by the fact that nothing the narrator says is disproved, although the narrator does not judge characters, instead leaving the reader to come to their own conclusions about the characters and their actions. This is important because this tale deals heavily with the theme of racism, making it necessary for the reader to view the results caused by specific actions. This enables one to decide how they feel about these topics which are addressed throughout...

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