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Neal Shusterman Writing Styles in Bruiser

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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is the first-person perspective. There are multiple narrators in this novel, therefore each chapter is given a heading that allows the reader to know which character is the narrator. When Tennyson and Bronte are the narrators, their chapters are given a difficult vocabulary word that they have learned from their educator parents. When it is Brewster's turn to be the narrator, his chapters are in verse. When Cody is the narrator, the chapters are titled stuff and filled with a rambling narration that reflects his young age.

The point of view of this novel is first person, creating an intimate relationship between reader and narrator that might not exist in another type of narration. In this novel, the author does not remain in the head of one character, but in four. Each narrator has a unique voice that is...

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