Liz Tuccillo Writing Styles in How to Be Single

Liz Tuccillo
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Point of View

A significant portion of How To Be Single, by Liz Tuccillo, is told from the first person point of view. The point of view changes from first person to third person limited or omniscient when the narrator tells stories about the other characters.

From time to time, the point of view and tense are mixed, indicating disarray or confusion. For instance, in Rule 7, Julie begins telling the story in first person, present tense. She changes to third person, limited in the next sentence. The topic of this section was upsetting to Julie, as she said in her narration. The random switch of narration and tense indicates that the narrator is flustered. Most of the time, the point of view is easily distinguished. When the story is about Julie, it is told by her from the first person point of view. When Julie talks about her...

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