James Hannaham Writing Styles in Delicious Foods

James Hannaham
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Point of View

The author uses three different points of view within the novel: an unnamed third person narrator, Scotty (the personification of crack cocaine), and Darlene. There are distinct reasons why the author chooses to do this. The author uses Scotty as a narrator in chapters centered around Darlene in order to make it clear to the reader that Scotty has immense power over Darlene. Scotty tells the reader that Darlene's reasoning behind many of her actions is to obtain crack cocaine.

Darlene is the narrator for a single chapter. The author chooses to use Darlene as a narrator here in order to show the reader that Scotty no longer has any control over Darlene, and that Darlene now has full control over her actions. Finally, the unnamed third person narrator is used in chapters centered around Eddie in order to inform the reader about things that...

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