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David Levithan Writing Styles in Every Day

David Levithan
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Name

First person, limited perspective

Point of View

The story is written in first person from the perspective of a being who calls himself “A.” It should be noted that A considers himself neither male nor female but is referred to as “he” for the sake of clarity and consistency in this study guide. The perspective is even more limited than is typical with a first person story. The reader doesn’t know anything that A doesn’t know but in this case, some pieces of information A has are not revealed to the reader. For example, A apparently has a conversation with another being similar to A who is currently inhabiting the body of Reverend Poole. That conversation is not revealed to the reader but A apparently comes to the conclusion - based on that conversation - that to remain in the body of anyone for more than...

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