Heather Anastasiu Writing Styles in Glitch

Heather Anastasiu
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Point of View

Glitch is told in the first person by the main character, Zoe. All events are seen through her eyes and experienced through her thoughts, which makes her an unreliable narrator because the reader is subject to any misunderstandings or incorrect assumptions on her part. All other characters are seen through Zoe's perceptions and the reader knows only what she thinks, sees and observes. Although unreliable, the author's selection of first-person narration gives the reader the opportunity to experience Zoe's emotions as she experiences them herself, thus making her a more relatable character.

Language and Meaning

The book is written in modern English with language appropriate for a young adult audience. There is a large amount of technical language that is inherent in a book with science fiction overtones, but the author describes items such as V-chips and subcutaneous arm panels in a way that makes...

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