Don Lee (author) Writing Styles in The Price of Eggs in China

Don Lee (author)
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By telling “The Price of Eggs in China” from a limited third-person point of view, Don Lee is able to control the information that readers are given. It is considered limited because most of the story is told from one character’s perspective, that of Dean Kaneshiro. Readers are not told of any occurrences that Dean does not know about.

Given this point of view, readers remain involved with Dean; the story unfolds on the page in the same order that it does in his life. But it also keeps readers from directly knowing what is going on in Dean’s head: some of his thoughts are conveyed, but his thought process is not revealed totally. For example, the narrative can be specific enough to tell readers that Dean wants to do all that he can to protect Caroline, but it can...

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