Ludwig, Benjamin Writing Styles in Ginny Moon

Ludwig, Benjamin
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Point of View

The novel Ginny Moon is told through the first person point-of-view of Ginny herself. In telling the story through her unique perspective, Benjamin Ludwig forces the reader to empathize with an individual who is typically too difficult to understand or imagine the feelings of. Rather than only sympathize or misunderstand her completely, the reader has no other choice but to understand Ginny entirely. The novel's point-of-view provides for the reader a special kind of insight that explains Ginny's behavior in a way she cannot explain to herself or to the outside world. For instance, Ginny has a strict nine o'clock bedtime. Her brain must adhere to this rule in order for she to honor where it is she rightfully belongs- as a nine year old, holding Baby Doll in her arms, "before Forever started" (47). While in bed past 11 p.m., Ginny reflects upon her anxiety...

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