Elizabeth Wein Writing Styles in Rose Under Fire

Elizabeth Wein
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Point of View

The novel is written in a first person point of view, almost entirely from Rose’s perspective except for a couple of letters found at the end of Part 1. This is because the novel is written in journal entries. This could potentially cause us to not be able to trust Rose as a narrator, because typically, journals are written to express emotions and not facts. Plus, because it is a documentation of events that happened in the past, we can assume that it is not entirely accurate, as it would be impossible for Rose to remember the exact words people said and events precisely as they occurred. Especially because Rose was in such dire circumstances, starving and filthy and freezing, her perception of her events may be thrown off, and she might not have been able to notice all details of her surroundings.

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