Bryn Greenwood Writing Styles in All the Ugly and Wonderful Things

Bryn Greenwood
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Point of View

Every chapter in this novel is told from the first personal limited point of view. However, every chapter is told from the personal perspective of various characters, making readers feel like they are experiencing the story without missing any information. Much of the book is the internal thoughts and personal observations of each character.

The vast majority of the chapters are told from Wavy or Kellen's perspective because they are the main characters and the people who cause all action in the story. This provides readers with a complete understanding of every event described in the novel.

Language and Meaning

Most of this novel follows standard English conventions. The range of vocabulary used is not particularly difficult. This is mainly do to the fact that much of the novel is told from the perspective of children or characters who did not complete high school. The...

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