Alan Moore Writing Styles in V For Vendetta

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The book is written in third person omniscient point-of-view. The graphic novel allows the reader the benefit of knowing everyone's thoughts, actions and motivations equally. There is no one voice stronger than another. This style of novel also leaves certain things open for interpretation. In most cases, the message comes across very clear. However, without the help of inner dialogue or full descriptions, it is hard to know exactly what each character is thinking and feeling.

The use of pictures can be particularly useful in certain circumstances. For instance, when Gordon is killed and leaves Evey alone once again, the reader is confronted with several images that pass through her mind. It is fairly simple to recognize what she is thinking and feeling. With this particular point of view, one can easily see that, when Gordon dies, Evey wrestles with the emotions of being alone again...

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