Susan Juby Writing Styles in Alice, I Think

Susan Juby
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Point of View

This novel is recounted from the point of view of Alice. Alice is writing in her journal so everything is given from her perspective. The only thoughts that the audience knows are her thoughts. The points of view are all given from Alice's perspective however, Alice will often mention other characters and what they say or their body language that may give the reader another perspective as to what is going on in their heads. Alice is on a journey for herself, she loves to be the center of attention and much of what she does is for her own purposes. One example of this would be when Alice gets beaten up. Alice is pretty bruised but from what she writes in her journal, she is loving all the attention that she is getting. Alice even goes out of her way to make sure that as...

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