Mona Awad Writing Styles in 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl

Mona Awad
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Point of View

13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl by Mona Awad is told almost entirely in the first person from the main character Elizabeth's perspective. There are two exceptions. The first occurs in the second chapter in which the perspective switches from Elizabeth's first person perspective to a supporting character, Rob and uses a second person point of view. This perspective is evident as the writer stops using the pronoun 'I' as she had in the first chapter and began using 'you' in the second when referring to Rob and his actions, although the story is told through his eyes for this brief time. Rob is a man who uses time with Elizabeth as a way to boost his ego and restore his self-confidence. Elizabeth is his guilty secret. In the third chapter the author returns to using the main character Elizabeth in the first person...

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