Rainbow Rowell Writing Styles in Eleanor & Park

Rainbow Rowell
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Point of View

The story is written in third person and the perspective alternates between Park and Eleanor, often within the same chapter. This means the reader gets a limited view of the action but sometimes sees the same action through the eyes of both Park and Eleanor, though never through any other characters' perspective. For example, the reader sees the scene in which Eleanor loses her clothing through Eleanor's perspective. She later tells about it but the truth of the situation, including who put the clothes in the toilet, is never revealed. Since Eleanor suspects Tina and Tina's friends are guilty, the reader is led to believe that same thing, but there is never any proof.

After Eleanor loses her clothes, she has to go into the school hallway in her gym suit. She is horrified that everyone will know she was bullied to this extreme. She...

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