Tammara Webber Writing Styles in Easy

Tammara Webber
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Point of View

The point of view used in "Easy" is first person. This point of view is limited but reliable, and this is proven by the fact that the narrator, Jacqueline, is able to share her own thoughts, feelings and experiences, as well as what others tell her, while she is not privy to other characters' thoughts and what happens when she is not present. The use of this point of view is important as it maintains the narrative's focus on Jacqueline and how she deals with the important events in her life, such as Kennedy dumping her, Buck attempting to rape her several times, and her budding relationship with Lucas.

The distribution of exposition and dialogue is fairly equal in this novel. This is very effective as the exposition serves to focus on the events in Jacqueline's life and her reactions to it, while the dialogue shows...

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