Ryan Winfield Writing Styles in Jane's Melody

Ryan Winfield
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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is third person. It is told through the eyes of Jane McKinney and Caleb Cummings. Jane is a forty-year-old woman who has just lost her daughter to a drug overdose. Caleb Cummings is a twenty-five year old homeless musician whom Jane takes in to work for her because he knew her daughter. Since the story is told from the third person point of view, readers can get to know the characters and understand their actions.

The story is told through exposition and dialogue. This allows the reader to become acquainted with the two main characters, Jane and Caleb. The dialogue shows the emotional connection between Jane and Caleb. Jane is mourning the death of her daughter, and Caleb is homeless and trying to get back on his feet. The story is told on a strict timeline so the...

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