Holly Goldberg Sloan Writing Styles in Counting by 7s

Holly Goldberg Sloan
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Point of View

This novel is told from a variety of points of view. The main point of view is that of Willow, the main character of the story. Other chapters are written from the third person point of view from the viewpoint of other significant characters in the novel. Of the book’s 61 chapters, 37 are told from the first person point of view of Willow. The remainder of the book’s 24 chapters are written in the voice of a third person narrator from the view point of Dell, Mai or Pattie. One chapter is told from the viewpoint of Jimmy and Roberta Chance, Willow’s adoptive parents.

The varying points of view in this story are important because they fill out the holes in information that Willow can not provide. While the intent of the story is to follow Willow as she deals with the grief from...

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