Mitch Albom Writing Styles in The Time Keeper

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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person omniscient point of view with authorial voice. The point of view of this novel uses multiple characters as the narrating character, including the main characters Victor, Sarah, and Dor. However, the novel is told in such a way that the reader feels as though the author is speaking directly to the reader about these characters rather than telling the story through their eyes.

The point of view of this novel allows the reader to hear and see the emotions of the main characters as well as their actions. At the same time, the author tells the reader many things that the characters cannot know, such as things that will take place in a future point and things that have happened that none of the characters were present to observe. This gives the novel a sense of being told...

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