Ann Aguirre Writing Styles in Enclave

Ann Aguirre
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first person point of view. The narrating character is Deuce, a young girl who has just become old enough to get a name and to become a part of the hunting group in her enclave. Deuce survives her initiation into the hunting profession only to find herself the target of a vengeful governing body. Deuce survives again and again under impossible circumstances.

The point of view of this novel works well with the plot because the novel is a young adult story that features a young girl as the main character. The main character tells her story in the most intimate point of view available, creating a connection between her and the reader that is unbreakable. It is also a point of view that gives the reader a few hints about Deuce that might not be available with another view...

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