Hugh Laurie Writing Styles in The Gun Seller

Hugh Laurie
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Point of View

The story is written in the first person from the point of view of the character Thomas Lang. It is in past tense and is limited. This point of view will place the reader along side of Thomas Lang as he tries to figure out what is happening. There will be times when the reader will have to wait to figure out what is going on in the story since the only point of view that the reader has is that of Thomas Lang. The reader won't know the name of Thomas Lang until the beginning of chapter two. The main character won't call himself by name or introduce himself to anyone for sometime and so the reader will be left to wonder for a time.

Since the reader is following the tale of Thomas Lang in the order of events as they happen the point...

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