Sara Farizan Writing Styles in If You Could Be Mine

Sara Farizan
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Point of View

The book is told in first person narration. Everything is told from Sahar's point of view. This is important because of how much of the book has to do with secrets. Sahar only knows what she can see or hear. She does not even know what her girlfriend is thinking. She does not know that Nasrin is getting married until she sees the ring on her finger, for instance. Also, Sahar is careful with the information that she shares with others. The author could have told the book from Nasrin's point of view but chose not to. Nasrin could make a compelling narrator since her life changes far more during the course of the book than Sahar's. Nasrin begins with relative freedom, and ends in a loveless marriage and a baby on the way. Sahar begins with relative freedom, and ends with relative freedom. Farizan...

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