Chuck Palahniuk Writing Styles in Lullaby

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is the first person. The main character, Streator, is the narrator of this novel. Streator tells the story from two different perspectives. The bulk of the novel is told in the past tense as Streator relates to the reader how he came to know about the culling song and how it changed his life. There are also sections of the novel in which Streator tells the story from the present, giving hints to the reader about how the story ends up.

The point of view of this novel is a highly personal point of view. The reader sees and feels everything from the viewpoint of Carl Streator, the main character. This point of view causes the story to be very narrow, to offer only one explanation for the many events that take place in the plot. However, this point...

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