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Eloise McGraw Writing Styles in The Golden Goblet

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Style

Point of View

The point of view of the novel is third person. While the point of view is not truly omniscient, it does allow the reader to see and feel Ranofer's thoughts and emotions. At the same time, however, the point of view is somewhat objective and does not give the reader the full amount of intimacy between main character and reader that might be achieved with a fuller, omniscient point of view. The point of view in this novel remains with Ranofer throughout the beginning and middle of the novel. However, toward the end, the point of view shifts to include an authorial point of view that tells the reader that Ranofer's two friends, Heqet and the Ancient, have grown concerned about their friend and have gone to look for him in the Valley of the Tombs.

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