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Tiffany D Jackson Writing Styles in Monday's Not Coming

Tiffany D Jackson
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Point of View

Monday’s Not Coming is in the past tense, first-person point of view of Claudia Coleman. This perspective is a pivotal component of the novel because it allows Jackson to showcase the story through Claudia’s lens of what happened. In the beginning, Claudia states, “This is the story of how my best friend disappeared. How nobody noticed she was gone except me. And how nobody cared until they found her… one year later. I know what you’re thinking. How can a whole person, a kid, disappear and no one say a world?” (1). In this moment, Claudia reflects on her own take of Monday’s disappearance as well as commenting on the world around her.

Claudia’s limited perspective is a key component to the novel because it creates a sense of anticipation in the empty gaps of knowledge that Claudia does not have...

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