Michael Pitre Writing Styles in Fives and Twenty-Fives

Michael Pitre
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Point of View

This novel is interesting as it is told from the first person point of view of three different narrators. The points of view include those of Lt. Donovan, a self conscious officer who believes he is lacking in leadership skills; Lester, a green Navy corpsman who got addicted to drugs; and Dodge, an Iraqi citizen who was hired as an interpreter for the military. These three narrators give their own points of view of the war efforts in Iraq as well as their attempts to reintegrate into civilian society once they are finished with their deployment. There is one section of the novel, the one entitled “The Hero of Profane Two-Four” that is not told from the first person point of view. This section of the novel is told from the third person point of view from the viewpoint of the military interrogated the members...

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