Jojo Moyes Writing Styles in Still Me

Jojo Moyes
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Point of View

Still Me is in Louisa’s first person point of view. Louisa recounts the story of her time in New York, following the events of Me Before You and After You. Whereas in the previous two novels in the series, Moyes included a few select chapters in other characters’ points of view, Still Me is entirely limited to Louisa’s perspective. This is significant because it showcases Louisa as the main protagonist of the novel. Even though Louisa encounters many essential people in her life during the events of the series, this is the story of her life transformation.

Louisa is generally honest in her dialogue and narration. However, sometimes she behaves or replies to people in a way that does not entirely reflect what she is feeling and thinking. She typically admits or implies her true feelings about the matter in her narration. For...

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