George Saunders Writing Styles in Tenth of December: Stories

George Saunders
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Point of View

The stories in this collection are told from a variety of points of view. In the story "Victory Lap," for instance, the third person point of view is used. Instead of having a third person omniscient narrator, this story is told from the points of view of three different characters. The story starts out being told by a third person narrator from Alison's point of view, and then switches to Kyle's point of view. Portions of the story are also told from the point of view of the meter reader.

The story "The Tenth of December" is also told from the third person point of view. This narrator tells the story from the viewpoints of both Robin and Don Eber.

Similarly, the story "Puppy" is told from the third person point of view of both Marie and Callie. The story "Al Roosten" is also told from...

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