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Franny Billingsley Writing Styles in Chime

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Point of View

Chime is written from the first person point of view of Briony Larkin, and shifts from her acting in certain sequences to thinking to herself and at times addressing the reader directly, as one does when writing a story. While there are certain details that she knows that the reader does not, these are more because she shares her past with the reader in a random manner, and these details are revealed in every flashback. The novel follows her story from the start, clearly focusing on how other characters and events have an impact on her, and how her decisions and reactions impact the novel as a whole. She speaks with the voice of a teenage girl, at times impetuous and sassy but at other times with a certain maturity and intelligence that can only come from the hardships she has faced in the past...

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