Kukafka, Danya Writing Styles in Girl in Snow

Kukafka, Danya
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Point of View

The narrative is written from the third person point of view of Cameron and Russ, and the first person point of view of Jade. At different times, the narrative shifts between the experiences of the three Broomsville residents and they all involve the character's relationship with the murder victim, Lucinda and, or, the murder investigation. One narrative is that of Cameron, the boy who observes her, draws her, and loves her from afar. His observation of her is the key to finding the real killer as he saw the murder take place. His point of view is particularly well handled as the structure reflects his tangled mind. Another narrative is that of Jade who is the central figure as she has an impact on everyone's lives. She saw Cameron follow Lucinda on the night Lucinda died, so she knows Cameron knows the truth. She has...

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