Francine Prose Writing Styles in Blue Angel

Francine Prose
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Point of View

The point of view in this novel is third person limited, in that the point of view is only given from the protagonist's viewpoint, with omniscent details thrown in. From this type of vantage point, then, the reader is able to feel the sense of betrayal and shock when Ted realizes that he has been used and manipulated the entire time.

Language and Meaning

The language is graphic and many of the scenes offered for view are sexually explicit. As such, the language accompanying such depictions is strong and mature in its content. Additionally, upper vocabulary words are used, placing this work of literature in the college range. Because of the mature subject matter this novel should be studied only under the right circumstances in an academic setting.

Structure

The chapters, 24 of them, are not given chronological order, only the first lines of the section...

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