Chevy Stevens Writing Styles in Still Missing

Chevy Stevens
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is the first person. The format of this novel is unusual. Each chapter is written as though it is a one sided recording of a therapy session between the main character, Annie O'Sullivan, and her psychiatrist, Nadine. For this reason, much of the narration is written in a sort of dialogue between Annie and Nadine, though the reader is only allowed to hear Annie's side of things. There is other dialogue in the novel as well, conversations that Annie relates to Nadine, but again it is all done in the frame of Annie's voice.

The point of view of this novel is not unusual in itself. The point of view offers an intensely intimate relationship between reader and narrator, as though the reader is Annie's therapist rather than a contemporary reader. The point of view also gives the reader...

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