Chuck Palahniuk Writing Styles in Survivor

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Point of View

The book is told from Tender's point of view. It is a first person narrative. The entire novel is about Tender's journey. The view is not quite omniscient, because Tender is not always aware of what is going on in the novel. There are many times when he questions everything Fertility is doing. At the end of the book, Tender has no idea what is going to happen. Will the plane crash? Will he get out in time? Can he start over with Fertility and the baby? Fertility is the only one who always know what is going on or going to happen, because she can see the future. The point of view is very important for the book, because Tender is going on a personal journey. He offers a lot of insight to what he sees is being done to him to make him a...

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