Terry Pratchett Writing Styles in The Wee Free Men

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Point of View

The novel is told from the third-person perspective of an unknown narrator, who focuses primarily on Tiffany’s point of view. Being the main character, Tiffany's thoughts and feelings are described in great detail, as if the narrator has a window into her mind; however this manner of focus sometimes shifts onto characters such as Miss Tick and Granny Aching.

A few times within the novel, Tiffany is shown in a scene and then the perspective of the narrator suddenly expands to include the wider "scene," such as The Chalk, the greater area where Tiffany lives, as if to place her more clearly in a specific setting. This also allows the narrative perspective to change, temporarily, to that of Miss Tick or Granny Aching, whose perspectives become very important to the story.

Although the story focuses on Tiffany, the point of view is sufficiently broad...

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