Cat Winters Writing Styles in The Cure for Dreaming

Cat Winters
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Point of View

The Cure for Dreaming is told from the first person perspective of Olivia. Olivia spends a good deal of the book alone, so it’s important that readers are able to see exactly what she is thinking. Through her thoughts, the reader is able to learn a great deal about the setting and the types of conflicts that women are facing in the 1900’s. Olivia being unable to speak her mind is actually a driving plot point, which is why so much of the story is told through her thoughts and the unique way that she sees the world.

Language and Meaning

Because the book is set in the 1900’s, the characters use a slightly dated language. It’s never anything that the reader wouldn’t be able to understand, especially since Olivia always describes whatever it is that she’s looking at or talking...

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