Lynne Cox Writing Styles in Grayson

Lynne Cox
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Point of View

This story is told from the first person point of view of seventeen-year-old Lynne Cox. The use of pronouns like “I” and “me” are those that indicate the first person point of view. The point of view works well for this true story as it allows Cox to tell her story in her own words. She is able to describe what she saw, heard, felt and even smelled during her experience with the baby whale. The story would not have the emotional power or believability if it were told from any point of view other than that of the first person.

Language and Meaning

The significance of the language in this book is that Cox describes her experiences as she interacted with the whales and the other ocean creatures that she encountered in such a way that her reader feels as if they were right...

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