Catherine Ryan Hyde Writing Styles in Take Me With You

Catherine Ryan Hyde
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Point of View

Like many novels, Take Me With You is written in the third person omniscient point of view. This means that the author writes the story using third person pronouns such as "she" and "he." The author also has insight into what the characters are thinking which makes it an omniscient view, as opposed to a limited view where only the activities of the characters are reported. For example, the author writes, "August felt a rush of discomfort. This tall, odd man wanted something from him. And he couldn't imagine what it might be. He couldn't imagine what he had that the mechanic would need or even want. He briefly tried on the idea that the man was hitting on him. But it didn't feel quite like that. But if felt equally personal, scary, and emotionally important." Not only does the author share what is going...

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