Katherine Pancol Writing Styles in The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles

Katherine Pancol
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Point of View

The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles is told from the omniscient, third person point of view. The novel is very character-centric so it is necessary for readers to know the characters very well. Throughout the story, characters' values are extremely important, so this point of view allows the author to communicate what each individual is thinking and feeling as they react to situations and make decisions. The emotions and mental states of the characters are key to understanding the changes that take place within each person and third person, omniscient makes this possible.

Language and Meaning

The language is fairly simple and straightforward in the novel. Much of the writing is in the form of dialogue. It is important to note that the novel was originally written in French and translated into English. While the places, fashions and geographic references are all the same, some cultural...

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