John Ross (author) Writing Styles in Unintended Consequences

John Ross (author)
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In literary terms, the point of view of the author is the third-person, with both total and partial omniscience. The reader is given complete insight into both the actions and the thoughts of most of the major characters, especially those of Henry Bowman who is the single protagonist of this tale. The perspectives and principles of the author are, moreover, entirely wrapped into the character of Henry, with no attempt at disguise. Henry Bowman represents the gun culture, the individualist who resents and actively opposes increasing government regulation of private lives, restrictions upon the strict interpretation of the 2nd Amendment, and the "conspiracy" of government agencies who have amassed almost unlimited power which can be used with impunity. This perspective takes the political and philosophical ideology of individualists to the extreme and presents a scenario in which there is open revolt against the government, through violence...

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