Julie Garwood Writing Styles in The Lion's Lady

Julie Garwood
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Point of View

The book is written in third person and is divided between limited and omniscient points of view. The majority of the book is written from either Christina's or Lyon's perspective though even those passages are not completely limited. For example, the story opens with the description of how Christina came to live among the Dakota Indian tribe. This section is written from an omniscient stand point and is largely from Merry's point of view rather than Christina's. The method works well and means that the reader has more information than would be available from more limited points of view.

There are additional perspectives presented through the use of Jessica's journal. In this case, the reader learns about Jessica's background and about Edward. There are few other ways the reader would effectively gain this information. Knowledge of Edward and his cruelty to his wife is necessary for...

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