Wendy Walker Writing Styles in All Is Not Forgotten

Wendy Walker
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Point of View

The first person point of view alternates between present and past tense, and often switches several times throughout a chapter. In most cases when this happens, the narrator is analyzing something from he past. At times, the point of view seems like omniscient, but this is because of the narrator's unique perspective into the minds of the others. As their psychiatrist, he makes judgements about their feelings and shares them with the reader. His job is to help them understand their feelings, and he uses this vantage point to tell the story to the reader. The narrator also uses the first person point of view to show readers, first, his inner conflict about protecting his son by using unethical practices, then to brag about how smart he is for doing so. His narration resembles a man retelling a story to a friend.

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