Amy Bloom Writing Styles in Come to Me

Amy Bloom
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Point of View

Many of the stories offered in "Come to Me" by Amy Bloom are written in first person from the point of view of the main character. The main protagonists of the stories are all curious about something that has happened, or they are deeply wounded by something in their present or past. All of them worry about their future. The point of view is most often easily followed, though there are times when flashbacks are utilized and the reader must make the leap with the writer to understand the interior landscape of the protagonist.

Language and Meaning

The language and the ensuing meaning in all of the short stories offer the mature reader a very real and raw look into the life and lives of those who struggle with some of the more stressful and traumatic events that can occur to another human being. Having...

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