Nayeri, Dina Writing Styles in Refuge

Nayeri, Dina
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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is told from two characters - Niloo and Baba. Nayert tells each of their points of view from different perspectives: Niloo’s first person perspective, Niloo’s third person perspective, and Baba’s third person perspective. Out of 17 chapters, 6 chapters are told from Baba’s third person perspective, 6 are told from Niloo’s third person perspective, and 5 are told from Niloo’s first person perspective. Each chapter changes the perspective, though sometimes chapters follow the same person, as in Niloo’s first person perspective is followed by her third person perspective in the next chapter. Niloo’s perspective is always told in the first person when she is telling the story of a visit, or remembering her Baba as in the chapter “Me and Baba in Ardestoon.” Niloo is always in the third person perspective in Amsterdam.

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