Martin Millar Writing Styles in The Good Fairies of New York

Martin Millar
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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is third person omniscient. The narrator changes often throughout the novel, even within single chapters. The narrators tend to be Heather and Morag, or Kerry and Dinnie. However, the narrator may also be any character whose actions have bearing on the plot. The point of view character often changes with the action of the novel, frequently changing with a simple switch in scenery.

The point of view of this novel works well because it allows the reader to see the action from multiple points of view. If the action were only seen through the eyes of a single character, the reader would miss some action as well as some witty dialogue. The plot of this novel includes some simple actions that quickly become complicated plot twists. Should the reader not be allowed to see all the actions through all...

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