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Beth Nimmo Writing Styles in Rachel's Tears: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott

Beth Nimmo
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Style

Perspective

"Rachel's Tears: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott" by Beth Nimmo and Darrell Scott with Steve Rabey was written primarily by Rachel's parents. Although they were divorced, they had obtained an amicable relationship before Rachel was killed so they went through the grief process together. They were both involved in their daughter's life.

Both parents wanted to use this book as a witness. To do so, they were brutally honest in their feelings about God and their daughter's relationship with God. They shared parts of her journal to emphasize points they were trying to make.

Tone

This novel is subjective and written from the point-of-view of family members and friends after the events occurred. The book is unique because it also highlights many parts of Rachel's journals, which were written before the events occurred. This gives the reader a rounded view of events that occurred from...

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This section contains 436 words
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Purchase our Rachel's Tears: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott Study Guide
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