Jennifer Donnelly Writing Styles in Revolution

Jennifer Donnelly
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The author uses the main character, Andi, as her narrator in an active voice that makes the narration quick and crisp. The author also uses the first person point of view in the diary excerpts from Alex's diary, using both an active voice and a more passive voice as Alex recalls past events.

The point of view of this novel is an intimate narration that allows the reader into the mind of the main character in order to know both her thoughts and her emotions. This is more important in the plot of this novel because the main character suffers from a deep depression and guilt from the death of her brother, therefore she often behaves contrary to the whirlwind of emotions going on inside of her head. Due to the point of view of this...

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