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Matthew Tobin Anderson Writing Styles in Feed

Matthew Tobin Anderson
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Point of View

The novel is told from a first person point of view. Titus, the narrator of the novel, gives the reader a close, first person point of view. Titus gives the reader access to his most private thoughts, including those he does not even share telepathically with Violet or his friends. Titus provides details similar to those of a normal teenager. He relays observations and details about his surroundings from a teenager perspective. In other words, through Titus's first person point of view, the reader receives descriptions of things that Titus notices as being "cool" or interesting. For example, when he meets Violet, she can push juice out of her mouth and suspend it in midair. Those are the type of details Titus provides, whether they are about a juice trick, trendy clothing, nightclubbing or horseplay with his friends. Thus, the point of view is adolescent and...

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