Belinda Bauer Writing Styles in Snap

Belinda Bauer
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Point of View

This story is told from the point of view of a third-person omniscient narrator. The narrator seems reliable and unbiased in that he reports the thoughts and emotions of all of the characters in the novel without being judgmental. For instance, in the case of the stock photo being left in the photo frame at the capture house, the narrator reports that Reynolds recognizes his mistake but does not tell Marvel because he does not want to be blamed for what happened. At the same time, Marvel suspects that Reynolds was in some way responsible for what happened at the capture house though he has nothing on which to base his suspicions. The narrator presents the facts, allowing the reader to come to the conclusion that Reynolds is too immature to take responsibility for his own mistakes, while Marvel senses intuitively that Reynolds is not...

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