Mario Vargas Llosa Writing Styles in Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter

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Point of View

Eleven of the twenty chapters are told from a first person point of view. The main character, Marito, details his experiences during a specific time in his life. The author uses the point of view to make the story seem significant to the reader and almost biographical. The first point of view gives the impression of a true account of this young man's experience. Using another voice would not have given the reader an equally honest insight into how Marito's life was changed internally by the introduction of Aunt Julia and Pedro Camacho. Marito's life truly took form when he meets Pedro and falls in love with Aunt Julia, but it isn't a transformation that any of his peers or family notices until it has already taken effect. With this point of view, Marito has the opportunity to account firsthand having wine for the first time...

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