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Justine Larbalestier Writing Styles in My Sister Rosa

Justine Larbalestier
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Point of View

This story is told from the first person point of view of Che. This point of view is important because is it a coming of age story in which Che reaches many of the important benchmarks of being a teenager. Che tells his experience as he has his first serious girlfriend and recovers from his first night of drugs and alcohol.

It is also important that Che tells his story from his point of view as he learns not only that he has the same incomplete brain function as his sister but also that his father is a psychopath. Che realizes that both his father and sister have manipulated him. A record of Che’s thoughts, emotions, and feelings is necessary to understand how deeply Che is disturbed by the things that he has learned about himself and his family.

Language and Meaning

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