Liane Moriarty Writing Styles in Big Little Lies

Liane Moriarty
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Point of View

Big Little Lies is told from a third person omniscient point of view. Each chapter focuses on one of the three main characters, Madeline, Jane, or Celeste. For the most part, each chapter switches to the view of a different character. Sometimes it can be a direct continuation from where the last chapter left off, while other times it will be in a different point of time or a new location. Most of the chapters are told from the point of view of just one character. Sometimes certain sections will shift to the viewpoint of a different character. Many of the chapters end in the present with different parents and members of the school giving an interview based on different plots in the book.

Language and Meaning

Big Little Lies is set in the modern day. It makes references to televisions shows such as The...

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