Nancy Star Writing Styles in Sisters One Two Three

Nancy Star
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Point of View

Nancy Star tells her novel Sisters One, Two, Three in the third-person limited-omniscient perspective from the point of view of an unknown narrator who spans the decades-long time period between the mid-1970s and the present day. The narrator describes and details the events of both the past and the present, with the primary focus being on Ginger. Ginger is the only sibling old enough to remember enough of the past to make a difference; and it is through Ginger’s spearheading that clues about the past are uncovered, leading to a full understanding of the day that Charlie was killed. Because so much of what is known of the past is limited, the narrator reflects what is known and unknown to Ginger. Readers only come to learn things as Ginger learns them, creating a sense and air of mystery that must be dealt with...

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