Stephen King Writing Styles in Wolves of the Calla

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is the third person omniscient viewpoint. The novel is told through the eyes of many characters, including Roland and the members of his ka-tet, as well as numerous townspeople from the little community of Calla Bryn Sturgis. The point of view is omniscient in that it allows the reader to see the actions, thoughts, and emotions of the narrating character, allowing a fuller experience within the novel for the reader. This point of view allows the reader to not only see the actions of the characters, but to understand the reasons behind that action.

The point of view of the novel allows the reader to develop a sense of intimacy with the characters. Due to the fact that there are so many important characters in this novel, it is important that the reader be allowed to develop a relationship...

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