Sabina Murray Writing Styles in Valiant Gentlemen

Sabina Murray
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Point of View

Valiant Gentleman is written in third person present tense. The novel alternates between Ward’s, Casement’s, and Sarita’s points of view. This is important to the story since there are plot points where it is important that one person does not know what another is thinking. For example, Ward never knows that Sarita was aware that it was Paz he came looking for on the night of their first kiss. And, Casement never knows that it is not Ward who consented to send him money when he needed it, but Sarita who told her husband to do so. Telling the story from these three points of view allows the author to provide insight into the thoughts and feelings of the three main individuals. It also allows readers to gain a deeper understanding of each of the individuals and the struggles they encounter throughout...

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