Wilbur Smith Writing Styles in Wild Justice

Wilbur Smith
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Point of View

Wilbur Smith uses the third person perspective throughout his novel, Wild Justice, centering on the main character, General Peter Stride. Throughout the novel, the reader is given intimate knowledge of Peter's feelings and actions interspersed with dialogue he has with a variety of the characters. Wild Justice is centered on how Peter interacts and responds to a given set of circumstances. While there is a small amount of descriptive text surrounding his brother Steven and an equal amount of attention give to the terrorists and how they respond, the central figure is definitely Peter Stride. Dialogue and descriptive passages that pertain to both the terrorists and to his brother lend depth to the story and are used to keep the flow of continuity.

Peter is a dedicated and honorable professional who takes his job seriously. He leads a team that is part of a global group...

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