David Levithan Writing Styles in Another Day

David Levithan
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Point of View

Another Day is in Rhiannon’s first person point of view in present tense. This perspective creates a bias in the narrative because she can only describe her observations based on what she knows. For instance, in the beginning of the novel, Rhiannon interacts with Justin, Amy, and Nathan and refers to them as such, before learning that these people were really A in those moments. This is significant because her knowledge of these people’s internal identities for these scenes would change the way she interacts with them and narrates the scenes.

Point of view is especially relevant in this novel because this is the sequel to a book that tells the same story in a different point of view. Another Day is in Rhiannon’s point of view. Every Day is David Levithan’s preceding novel in the series. Every Day tells the...

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