Elizabeth Scott Writing Styles in Love You Hate You Miss You

Elizabeth Scott
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Point of View

Elizabeth Scott tells her novel, "Love You Hate You Miss You", in the first person omniscient perspective. The narrator is sixteen year-old main character and principal protagonist, Amy. Because the journey undertaken in the novel is by Amy, and because the events of the novel are indeed so dramatic and grave, the novel is best told in the first-person, allowing the reader to personally experience the things Amy does, and to personally connect with her. This also makes the novel that more compelling, making very personal and dramatic events strike the reader on a very personal and intimate level not common with third-person narration.

Setting

The setting of Elizabeth Scott's novel, "Love You Hate You Miss You" is that of the average town of Lawrenceville, a town so average that people go to the next town over, Millertown, to hang out and to party. The setting...

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