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Wilbur Smith Writing Styles in When the Lion Feeds

Wilbur Smith
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Style

Point of View

Written in three parts, When the Lion Feeds is written using a narrator style. A finely woven tale, it begins at the Courtney homestead, Theunis Krall, where the family business is cattle. Part one is Natal, and covers the Courtney family's involvement in the Chelmsford conflict. Part one introduces us to the Courtney twins and takes them from happy childhood to uncertain adulthood in a very short time. The narrator takes the reader through the conflict with the Zulus at the Chelmsford campaign and the events that have Garrick come out alone but a hero. When Garry believes he has lost his father and brother, and finds himself the Lord of the manor, he quickly learns that he would happily trade it all to have his brother Sean back. He marries Sean's girlfriend when he finds out she is carrying Sean's child, and when they return...

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