By now you know the drill: A great story is a journey of meaningful change. Whose change? The hero’s! And, by extension, the larger world of the story.
But what about all those books that use multiple points of view?
Or that (gasp!) employ a true omniscient narrator that dives into the experience of many characters?
Who’s the hero now? Whose journey of change is it? What holds a tale like this together?
Many writers are drawn to these complex structures, but they’re not easy to pull off. This week I look at what makes them work—and what happens when they don’t.
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