C. S. Lewis Writing Styles in The Last Battle

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Point of View

"The Last Battle" is primarily told in the third-person point of view. This means that there is a narrator telling the story. The author uses the names of the characters rather than using "I." The story is primarily told through description rather than the use of dialogue.

Setting

The setting is placed within the forests of Narnia, where humans live in a primitive or fantasy society. The setting is started in The Chronicles of Narnia and is a world constructed by C.S. Lewis. Narnia is supposed to exist as one landmass with an eastern ocean and the landmass consists of Narnia, Archenland, Calormen, and Telmar. The author provides a glimpse into the true Narnia at the end of the book when Narnia ceases to exist.

Language and Meaning

The language of this novel is constructed in a manner that was common in formal writing for...

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