Nic Sheff Writing Styles in Schizo

Nic Sheff
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Point of View

The point of view of this story is told in first person from Miles’ perspective. He explains the scene, describes the atmosphere, gives details about the people present, and exposes his own thoughts to the reader. Although the narrator is first person, the reader can still see when the narrator is being unreliable and affected by his mental illness.

Language and Meaning

The language is that of typical teenagers in modern society. Often for emphasis about a point, foul language is used. The teenagers speak openly in foul or crass language to one another, but refrain and speak in respectful language to and in front of adults. There are no cases in this story of a young person cursing at an adult; however, when Miles is in the hospital freaking out, he does say foul language in front of - but not aimed at -...

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