Russell Roberts Writing Styles in The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance

Russell Roberts
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Point of View

For most of the book, Roberts uses a third-person perspective with Sam being the narrator. Since the chapters jump from one group to another, the point of view while a third person the narrator can change. Baldwin and Krauss both are narrators when their scenes appear. Roberts separates the scenes so there is no confusion about who is talking. Sam carries the story since he is sharing his economics theories.

Sam comes across as a teacher in his dialogues. He has used this clever way of having two people fall in love as they discuss their differences in their worldviews. Can the two people find a like path to follow so they can get along? Can differences like these come to a comprise? Sam's dialogue helps a reader to see how they can be alike as well as different.

Setting

The scene is set in Washington...

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