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Abraham Cahan Writing Styles in Yekl and the Imported Bridegroom and Other Stories of the New York Ghetto

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Point of View

In "Yekl," the point of view is third person and omniscient, as well as reliable. This is proven by the fact that the narrator knows the thoughts and actions of all the characters. This allows the reader to anticipate the characters' actions and know what causes them. There is a fairly equal distribution of exposition and dialogue. In "The Imported Bridegroom," the point of view is third person, omniscient, and reliable. This is proven by the fact that the narrator can convey all of the characters' thoughts as well as actions. This is important because it permits readers to predict the characters' actions and reactions while knowing the reasoning behind it. This story contains more exposition but also a fair amount of dialogue.

In "A Providential Match," the point of view is third person and omniscient, as well as reliable. This is proven by the fact...

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