Louis L'Amour Writing Styles in The Warrior's Path

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Point of View

The point of view in the story is told in third person, past tense. It is omniscient and comes primarily from Kin during the story. Diana Macklin's experience will be the source at one point in the story. This will add to the knowledge of what Kin and Yance are up against while tracking the girls. The emotions of characters will be revealed quite often during the story but it is quickly seen that some things are left unexplained, such as Diana's feelings for Kin. This may be in part due to the fact that Kin is unsure of her feelings and confused by her actions. Other times in the story it will be clear what other characters are feeling. It may be that Diana hides her feelings better than others and this is the reason that it is left unknown.

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