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Jude Deveraux Writing Styles in Velvet Song

Jude Deveraux
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Style

Point of View

The point of view of the novel is third person. Because the point of view is third person omniscient, it is dependable. Deveraux gives the reader a peek into each character's true feelings and identities. The third person view allows for many of the novel's subplots to be lightly explored or mentioned. The novel mostly has dialogue and few strictly descriptive passages.

The reader is given the most insight to the thoughts of Alyx and the Raine. The novel centers or their love story. Alyx is also the heroine of the tale, so it makes sense that the reader should be privy to her feelings, thoughts, and actions at all times.Even when other characters are present, Alyx's feelings seem to be at the forefront. Other character's opinions and point of views are taken into account when she is not present in the scene.

Setting

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