Rosamund Lupton Writing Styles in Sister: A Novel

Rosamund Lupton
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Point of View

The point of view of this book is from that of Bee, the narrator, in first person. At times Bee remembers conversations with her sister and quotes her. At other times, various other characters speak.

Bee is the narrator of this story, and, although at the time of the telling of this story she is all-knowing, she tells it as it occurred to her prior to her having the ability to look back at the past. She also does not know the thoughts and beliefs of others, other than what they tell her.

At times Bee looks back at conversations she and Tess had over the phone, in person, and through e-mails and letters. These are given in quotes or in a different font simulating e-mails. These quotes and letters give the reader a glimpse into Tess' character through her own words. They also show the...

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