Suzanne LaFleur Writing Styles in Eight Keys

Suzanne LaFleur
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Point of View

Suzanne LeFleur tells her novel “Eight Keys” in the first-person, limited-omniscient perspective from the point of view of main character, Elise. Elise explains up front at the very beginning of the novel, the trouble all began with the last time she and Franklin played Knights. This reveals that Elise is going to be telling her own story, and that the story being told at some point after the events of the story occurred. This is especially important that Elise tells her own story, because she is not very forthcoming to others about her thoughts and feelings, especially once the troubles of school and growing up begin. Only by Elise’s firsthand account of events is the reader able to truly know what is in her heart and what is on her mind during the events of the novel. The limited-omniscient aspect of the narrative helps...

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