Eric P. Kelly Writing Styles in The Trumpeter of Krakow

Eric P. Kelly
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Point of View

The point of view in The Trumpeter of Krakow is conveyed through a third person omniscient narrator. The reader is privy to the thoughts, knowledge, and emotions of each of the major and minor characters, including the antagonists. The tone of the novel is academic in nature, supported by the occasional intrusion of the third party narrative voice to provide historical context and commentary. The narrative voice belongs to the author, who was a history professor well versed in the culture of both modern and medieval Poland. Thus the novel is presented knowledgeably and with the warm tones of a genial professor sharing a tale he is certain will fascinate his audience as it does him. Indeed, the story is presented with evident love and care and the subject matter is likely to be of interest to young adults and older children. Because of its academic...

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