Naomi Iizuka Writing Styles in 36 Views

Naomi Iizuka
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Point of View

As a play, 36 Views naturally has an omniscient, third-person point of view, allowing the audience to see scenes and learn things that are not known to the characters. In a few instances, while the pillow book is being read, the playwright invites the audience to see the text as it takes place within the characters' minds, briefly changing the point of view to an internal one.

Setting

36 Views primarily takes place in Darius Wheeler's apartment and office, where he and John work and take meetings with many of the other characters in the novel. When the action of the novel takes place elsewhere--the park during Darius and Dr. Hearn's courtship, Owen's office when revealing the manuscript is a fake, Claire's studio when creating the fake manuscript--it gives the scene a dreamlike aspect, so that the audience is not entirely sure if the scene is "real...

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