Pete Hautman Writing Styles in Sweetblood

Pete Hautman
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Point of View

This novel is written from the point of view of the Lucy, the main character. Lucy tells the story in first person and the reader is able to read into Lucy's thoughts. One of the unique qualities that Lucy has as a narrator is that she is a diabetic. Because her diabetes is not under control, she begins to lose the ability to think clearly. The reader is able to tell when Lucy's diabetes is completely out of control because of the thoughts and perspectives Lucy begins to have. The worse Lucy's blood glucose level is, the more negative and pessimistic her point of view is. The ability to read into Lucy's thoughts and feelings is essential to the reader because the reader is able to tell when Lucy is starting to show symptoms of a diabetic reaction before Lucy is able to see it for...

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