Mary Lawson Writing Styles in Crow Lake

Mary Lawson
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is the first person seen through the eyes of Katie Morrison. Katie tells the story in the present tense, looking back on her childhood through the eyes of an adult who has finally seen the reality of decisions made not only by herself, but by her older brothers as well. This point of view gives the reader unique insight into Katie's struggle to reconcile within herself the events of her past that had little to do with her but caused her to grow up and struggle under a great deal of guilt.

The point of view of this novel is a common one that is often utilized in modern bestselling novels. This point of view of the first person is limited to one character, causing tunnel vision to some degree. The reader is not allowed to see or hear...

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