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David Mitchell Writing Styles in Black Swan Green

David Mitchell
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Point of View

This story is told from the first person point of view of thirteen-year-old Jason Taylor. The point of view is important because this is a story about a boy's coming of age. Without this intimate and close look into Jason’s thoughts, emotions, and motivations the changes in Jason’s personality and his maturity level as well as the impact his experiences had on him would not be as significant. Because Jason narrates the novel, the reader sees his world through the eyes of a thirteen year old. Even though he doesn’t quite understand the changing dynamics of the relationship between his parents he gives enough information that the reader can understand what is probably happening. He tells his story to a general audience.

Language and Meaning

This novel is set in England so the first thing the reader will notice about the language...

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