Premium Content The Narrator's Perspective in True Crime Books
By Timothy Sexton - May 08, 2007
In Cold Blood, All the President's Men and Midnight in the Garden of Good of Evil all deal with real-life crimes. Each of the authors takes a different approach to point of view, depending upon their unique relationships to the setting in which the books take place. All three books, furthermore, combine certain elements of journalism and of the…
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