Kate DiCamillo Writing Styles in Beverly, Right Here

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Point of View

The novel is narrated in the third-person, entirely from the perspective of Beverly as she moves through the world. The author places no limitations on the access to her inner thoughts, allowing the reader to understand her true motivations and conflicts, though she is not always truthful with the people in her lives. For example, Beverly thinks through the resentment she feels toward her mother for entrusting her with too much responsibility as a young child and her fear that she will never want to go home, but she finds it much more difficult to voice these inner thoughts to her. The point of view expressed by Beverly does not exhibit a desire to relinquish control to other people who will make decisions about her and her future. Rather, she sees herself as a go-getter who takes her fate into her own hands. Although she...

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