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J. K. Rowling Writing Styles in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

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Point of View

J.K. Rowling is an excellent storyteller. She weaves a captivating story with just the right ingredients of suspense, adventure, and fantasy. Her characters are very real and identifiable. The story is written in the third person and takes us into a fantasy world in the Harry Potter series. This world is seen through the narrator's eyes; it is definitely a story. More emphasis is put on Harry and his three friends and Harry is present in the great majority of the scenes.

Harry is the protagonist of the story, but the reader is looking in on the scene and, in fact, sees sometimes more than the main character sees. The narrator is the one who supplies the details that Harry does not really see. The reader sympathizes and has empathy for Harry and his friends' feelings, but cannot see the story totally from their point...

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