Katrina Kenison Writing Styles in The Best American Short Stories of the Century

Katrina Kenison
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Point of View

The point of view in the stories will change. Some of the stories will be told by one person and will have little or no dialogue. In the story of "The Other Woman" the story contains dialogue from only one person although the point of view is from the person that is being spoken to and not the man speaking. Other stories will contain large amounts of dialogue. There are stories that will have the point of view that will be told from only one point of view but there are other stories that are told from different point of view of the various characters. At times it will be hard to distinguish which character, if any, the point of view is being told from. Some of the stories will be told in the first person, such as the story "The Resemblance Between a Violin Case...

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