Josie Silver Writing Styles in One Day in December

Josie Silver
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Point of View

The narrative is written from the first-person perspectives of Laurie and Jack. The narration is written in present tense. The use of the first-person narration is fitting as it lends more immediacy and intimacy to Laurie's and Jack's romance. The perspective creates a strong narrative voice for both characters as they deal with their feelings for each other in face of the obstacles they face and try to become better versions of themselves at the same time. Readers can directly observe their frustration and resolve as they move forward in both their personal growth and their romance.

The point of view also reinforces the role of fate in the lives of Laurie and Jack. Both of them try to move away from each other. Laurie gets married and Jack moves away to get away from his past. However, the two of them are meant to...

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