Arthur C. Clarke Writing Styles in Time's Eye

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Point of View

Time's eye is told from many perspectives, interspersed with dialog from many of the characters. When Earth's time is fragmented without warning, there are several groups that remain from varying time zones that are stitched together to cope with the fall out that follows. The people that now remain on the planet are cut off from everything they know, and find themselves centuries removed from their own time and circumstance. As such, we are given the story from the point of view of many of the characters, including even the bi-peds captured by the British soldiers. Still, the story is well told, and there is no difficulty following the different perspectives as the tale evolves. Time's Eye is mostly descriptive, interspersed with patches of dialog. The point of view shifts from one group to another as the story is told and each perspective is well thought...

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