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Rachel Caine Writing Styles in Stillhouse Lake

Rachel Caine
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Point of View

Gina/Gwen serves as the narrator for the entire story. However, the Prologue is told from the point of view of a third person narrator who focuses on Gina. This is done because Gwen believes that she has morphed into a different person from the innocent, trusting Gina who was so shocked to learn the truth about her husband. Gwen gives this introduction from the third person point of view to illustrate her belief that she is no longer that person. The remainder of the novel is told from the first person point of view of Gwen. This first-person point of view helps the reader to develop a close emotional bond with Gwen as she struggles to keep her children safe in a situation over which she has no control.

Language and Meaning

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