David Grossman Writing Styles in To the End of the Land

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person and omniscient. The point of view is generally reliable, though this is debatable at some points due to the mental status of both Avram and Ora. The fact that the point of view is third person and omniscient is proven by the fact that the narrator is able to report the thoughts and feelings of his characters, as well as the reasons behind them; he knows their pasts, presents and futures and is thus able to inform the reader why his characters react certain ways to specific stimuli. The point of view in To the End of the Land is important because it allows the readers to see how the horrors of war affect individuals, even at a much later date but especially when faced with a new war for the new generation, a terror well-known...

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