Joseph Delaney Writing Styles in The Last Apprentice (Revenge of the Witch)

Joseph Delaney
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Point of View

The Last Apprentice: Revenge of the Witch(Book One) is told from the first person perspective of Tom Ward, the main character. While he’s narrating to the audience, the actual character of Tom is writing everything that we see down in his journal. Tom mentions that he’s writing from memory, but he never comes off as an unreliable narrator. Since the book is written from Tom's point of view, the audience only gets to see what he is thinking and experiencing. Tom is only thirteen at the start of the book. He is very inexperienced in the ways of the world, which is certainly reflected through his eyes.

Language and Meaning

Tom will occasionally use strange sounding words, but the vocabulary happens to fit the setting. Fortunately for the audience, Tom will usually follow this up with some sort of description. That way...

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