Wilbur Smith Writing Styles in The Leopard Hunts in Darkness

Wilbur Smith
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Point of View

The Leopard Hunts in Darkness is told alternatively in the first person perspective and narrative. The first person perspective switches from one side to another representing good and evil as the story unfolds. Craig Mellow and Samson Kumalo battle the governmental forces of Peter Fungabera and Nikolai Bukharin who are intent on conquering Africa and enslaving its peoples. The plot is well thought out and told by Wilbur Smith in this continuing saga that involves the Ballantyne and Kumalo family histories and how they intertwine to affect the history of Africa and it's evolution.

The emotional connection for Africa felt by Craig and Samson are exemplified in their struggle to bring peace to the region and to highlight its natural resources while the opposing forces of Peter Fungabera and Nikolai Bukharin are intent on raping the land and using the people to increase their own personal...

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