Mary E. Pearson Writing Styles in The Adoration of Jenna Fox

Mary E. Pearson
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"The Adoration of Jenna Fox" is written in the first-person point of view, which is absolutely vital to the novel. Throughout the book, there are colored pages that represent the thought stream of Jenna, as though she is speaking entirely to herself. These passages convey not only Jenna's thoughts, but her extreme emotions, her inner fears, and her deepest concerns about her new condition, and the world around her. In addition, the non-colored pages reflect Jenna's new world, as it unfolds around her. Understanding how this new Jenna sees the world is vital to the story, in that the novel really is about Jenna discovering herself for the first time, and learning about how she sees the world, when given her circumstances. Without the first-person view, this coming of age theme would be impossible. Similarly, how the new Jenna views the world is vital to unfolding...

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