Glenn Beck Writing Styles in The Overton Window

Glenn Beck
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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person omniscient point of view. The author uses multiple characters as his narrators, including Noah Gardner, Danny Bailey, and Stuart Kearns. By using multiple characters as his narrators, the author shows the reader many views of the plot, giving insight to things that some of the characters might not be aware of but is important for the reader to see.

The point of view of this novel works well within the plot because it allows the reader to be privy to things that the main characters might not be aware of, but which are important to the development of the plot. With the use of the omniscient style the reader would not be aware of the nuclear weapon in Nevada or the decision by Kearns and Danny to set it off in order to spare a large American...

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