Megan Miranda Writing Styles in All the Missing Girls

Megan Miranda
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Point of View

The narrative is written from the first person perspective of Nic. This is appropriate because the narrative is a major component of the theme as it in itself evokes the theme of how one can know whether the story one is telling is true and whether one can really know another person. The point of view works well to get into the voice and thoughts if Nic, revealing her real self in glimpses that are so quick that if you skim over them, you will miss them.

At every instance in the narrative it is important to remember that Nic is not a reliable narrator. If readers suspend disbelief for too many words, they will find themselves wrapped up in the story she wants to create for herself and the reader that presents the innocent version of herself. As it is from her perspective, she...

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