Judy Blume Writing Styles in Places I Never Meant to Be: Original Stories by Censored Writers

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Point of View

The point of view for each of the stories in "Places I Never Meant To Be" varies. All of the stories are written from a limited point of view. "Spear", "Love and Centipedes", and "Something Which Is Non-Existent" are written from a third-person point of view while the remaining stories utilize first person. In each story, the point of view is useful in determining the focus of the story. In the case of first person narratives, the narrator is the main character whose story is being told. In "Spear", Spear is the main character, Tuesday Racinsky is the main character in "Love and Centipedes", and Ben is the main character in "Something Which Is Non-Existent". The viewpoint of each of these is centered around the main character.

Most of the stories in this collection uses a fairly equal distribution of exposition and dialogue with a few...

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