Anaïs Nin Writing Styles in Little Birds: Erotica

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Point of View

There are several different stories in the book and are written from different points of view. There are stories that are written from the first person point of view but others are written as if it is from third person. All the stories are put in the past tense and based on the view of the main character. The view point will be limited in some stories but will be omniscient in others. The reader will sometimes know what a character, or several characters, in a story is feeling, but other times it will be left to the reader to decide. The characters in the different stories will not appear in more than one story. At the beginning of each story in the book the author will give a brief history as to the characters involved. This will provide the reader an insight as to the...

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