Jennifer Niven Writing Styles in All the Bright Places

Jennifer Niven
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Point of View

This story is told in the first person point of view of two narrators, Finch and Violet. Each character narrates short sections of the novel. These sections generally alternate between the two first person narrators. These sections use the first person pronouns of I, me and we in the narration. The first person point of view is important in the novel as the novel describes the changes in both Violet and Finch. Without the first person viewpoint from both characters there could be way to tell the magnitude of change that Violet has made in healing from her sister’s death or the misery to which Finch descends as he struggles with his mental illness. The first person point of view is particularly important in developing Finch’s story as there are many aspects of his disorder and his past that he does not share...

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