Robyn Schneider Writing Styles in The Beginning of Everything

Robyn Schneider
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Point of View

The story is written in first person from the limited perspective of Ezra Faulkner. Ezra seems to provide a reliable perspective most of the time. For example, he seems to usually tell the truth, even when it puts him in a bad light. An example of this is seen when he encounters Cassidy at their therapist's office. Cassidy doesn't tell Ezra what's happened to make her change her mind about him, but she does continue to insist that they can't see each other. Ezra becomes angry and makes a comment that “no one has died.” Cassidy rushes away and it's only later that Ezra finds out her brother died. Ezra admits that he made the comment even though it was probably one of the most hurtful things he could have said to Cassidy.

However, Ezra's perspective is skewed by his own pain and his own...

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