Rainbow Rowell Writing Styles in Fangirl

Rainbow Rowell
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Point of View

This novel is written from the third person point of view of a narrator who is uninvolved in the story. Although the narration is from the third person, the narrator follows Cath through her first year of college. The focus on Cath is important in the story as it is one of her coming of age. A focus on multiple characters would have weakened Cath’s story while a first person point of view might not have picked up on all of the nuances that indicate that Cath is growing and maturing.

Cath’s story is told mostly through exposition as the narrator describes what is happening around Cath and the way Cath is reacting to what is happening. There is scattered dialogue as Cath talks to other characters like Reagan, Levi, Wren and her father. The story covers the period of time from August...

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