Marina Tamar Budhos Writing Styles in Ask Me No Questions

Marina Tamar Budhos
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Point of View

The point of view used in "Ask Me No Questions" is the first person and limited. This is proven by the fact that Nadira, the narrator, is only privy to her own thoughts and feelings, in addition to what she witnesses or is told. The narrator is also reliable as far as it is addressed in this novel. Nothing she says is ever disproven or questioned. The point of view that is used in this novel is important to the plot and its message because it focuses on the feelings of a young Muslim Bangladeshi girl who was mostly raised in America, and it explores how she and her family are affected by the post-9/11 strict immigrant laws and security measures. It allows readers to see the inequity and injustice of the situation as the government targetted immigrants based on race and religion.

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