Tahereh Mafi Writing Styles in Shatter Me

Tahereh Mafi
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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is in the first person omniscient view. This is designed to give the reader a thorough look at Juliette's thoughts and feelings as she goes from being isolated from the world to thrust into the middle of a rebellion against an evil regime. The heavy use of the strike through method throughout the novel adds to this point of view as the reader is able to learn of Juliette's inner conflict. With this, the reader is made more aware of Juliette's feelings and her desire to be free but her feelings that she can never be free as she considers herself a monster.

Language and Meaning

The language of the novel is fairly simple. There narrative is not too complicated in terms of word meanings, but the constant use of metaphors add to the ability to visualize Juliette's...

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