James Baldwin Essay | Point of View In Baldwin's "Sonny's Blues"

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Point of View In Baldwin's "Sonny's Blues"

Summary: The first-person narration of James Baldwin's "Sonny's Blues" is essential to the plot; it makes the life lessons the novel presents interesting to the reader.
Baldwin Point-of -View Essay

The effect of first person point of view in James Baldwin's "Sonny's Blues" is vital to the plot, which made the novel a life learning lesson.° The narrative switches perspectives to capture the audience by telling the truth about different aspects of life. Sonny, the mother, and father all tell their story through the narrator. The author captured "Sonny's Blues" to form several situations that can be related to. By using this point of view the author is able make the story more realistic in which couldn't be demonstrated in any other way. The speaker also explains the setting vividly to help explain a source to the countless events that occurred. The importance of Baldwin's point of view is made because of the language, essence, and details he uses.

The language of Baldwin's work reflects the older brother's education...

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