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Ian Fleming Writing Styles in You Only Live Twice

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Style

Point of View

The point of view of the work is the third person. The narrator, Ian Fleming tells the story in this voice to give readers a sense of the characters motivations and actions. It is in effect telling the story through the words of others as an account of a fictional tale that is the popular James Bond series that lives on for generations. The characters are narrated in a way that draws the reader into their stories and makes it hard to put the book down. Fleming hooks the reader in early by weaving a tale of intrigue and excitement, involving the reader to the end.

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Setting

The setting is broken up into three parts. The first is London, England. The second part are different areas of Japan, such as Yokohama, Kyoto and Osaka. Yokohama is described as bustling and modern, while Kyoto is described as...

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