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Jasper Fforde Writing Styles in Thursday Next in the Well of Lost Plots: A Novel

Jasper Fforde
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Point of View

"The Well of Lost Plots" is written in first-person point of view from the perspective of Thursday Next, who is the protagonist.

Setting

The majority of "The Well of Lost Plots" takes place in the world of fiction. Thursday travels to different locations within the BookWorld, including the Great Library, the Well of Lost Plots, Sense and Sensibility, and Caversham Heights. She makes two brief trips to the Outland during the course of the story.

Language and Meaning

"The Well of Lost Plots" is written in language that is a cross between a crime/detective story and a literary novel. Fforde uses heavy allusion to help create the BookWorld. There are words used for the purposes of the BookWorld, such as Jurisfiction and grammasites, as well as invented creatures, such as grammasites. Fforde draws from real words and ideas to create his new words and ideas...

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