“point of view” in Eye of the Needle by Ken Follett
Posted by Lew Weinstein on June 1, 2007
· omniscient narrator, able to show the inner feelings of all the characters · at least once the narrator speaks in his own voice … (beginning of Ch 3) … “Faber … Godliman … two-thirds of a triangle that one day would be crucially completed by … David and Lucy” … the narrator thus provides a foreshadowing, setting the stage and piquing the reader’s interest.
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