Rainbow Rowell Writing Styles in Carry On

Rainbow Rowell
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Point of View

Rainbow Rowell tells her novel Carry On from the first-person, limited-omniscient views of Simon, Baz, Penelope, Agatha, the Mage, Lucy, and others. Each character narrates a portion of the novel –usually a chapter –and shares their own thoughts, feelings, and the events which occur during a particular period of time. The first-person narrative gives an intimate glimpse into the minds and hearts of the characters who are narrating. This allows the reader to experience firsthand the things the characters are themselves experiencing. The author allows the characters to tell their own stories in their own voices so readers can gather multiple perspectives on the same events and situations.

Language and Meaning

Rainbow Rowell tells her novel Carry On in language that is generally simple and straightforward, but varies according to each character. This is in keeping with the fact that the majority of narrators are...

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