A Dogs Purpose

By: Bruce Cameron

A Dogs Purpose

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1st Person Omniscient

Some examples of 1st person omniscient from my book are when the dog says :

1. A mournful sadness drifted off of him.


2. coupled with a gloomy anger that flared sometimes when all he was doing was sitting there looking out the window

The book A Dogs Purpose is written in first person omniscient because the author uses words like " I and my". Plus the main character can tell how others are feeling. This book is written the the characters eyes therefore, it is first person omniscient.


In the passage below, it shows how the author uses dialogue to create suspense in the story. In the section Bailey, the dog, is about to save Ethan's life. This dialogue creates suspension by making the reader feel scared for Ethan's life.

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