Rosie Walsh Writing Styles in Ghosted

Rosie Walsh
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Point of View

Walsh tells the majority of the story from Sarah’s point of view. This allows her to build the mystery of Eddie’s disappearance as well as to hide the fact that the letters to “You” are from Eddie to Alex. After it appears that Sarah is hit by a truck, Walsh switches to Eddie’s point of view in Part 3. Doing so strengthens the idea that Sarah may be dead. It also gives Walsh an opportunity to explore how Eddie is feeling about his lost relationship with Sarah and how the accident has impacted his life. When the fact that Sarah is alive is revealed, Walsh switches back and forth between Sarah’s perspective and Eddie’s perspective, allowing each to tell about the events they are present for. Sarah tells about her experience of giving birth while Eddie tells about his experience of...

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