Point of View Is a Powerful Device Used to Position the Reader and to Establish Characterisation in "Montana 1948" by Larry Watson
The establishing of characters and the positioning of a reader to respond to the characters and the issues presented is greatly influence by a certain point of view. "Montana 1948" by Larry Watson employs the use of a first person point of view to successfully establish the characters and shape the readers' response towards the individual characters and issues within the novel. Through the use of both the naive 12 year old and the intrusions of 52 year old David Hayden, Montana 1948 purports to reconstruct the events of summer in 1948. …
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