Robert A. Heinlein Writing Styles in Friday

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Point of View

"Friday" by Robert Heinlein is written in the first-person point of view, through the eyes of the main character, Friday. The use of the first-person perspective in the story works well in that the reader is able to understand the modern world through the eyes of a courier and savvy citizen. The reader is taken on a journey along with Friday and is enabled to see inside the mind of this unusual warrior and Artificial Person as she wends through a complicated case of politics, murder, and betrayal.

The main character, Friday, goes by several different names including Marjorie (Friday) Baldwin and Friday Jones among others. Marjorie is the name Friday tends to use in personal and non-work related situations until later in the story. All in all, Friday's personality remains the same while using different monikers.

The use of the first-person perspective makes the story...

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