Sarah Domet Writing Styles in The Guineveres

Sarah Domet
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Point of View

The Guineveres is told mostly in first person from the perspective of Vere. Her perspective is limited as she can only speculate on how the other girls are feeling and what they are thinking. The book is written primarily from Vere’s perspective because it is meant to be Gwen’s daughter’s revival story and written to provide her with answers to questions she might have about her life. Therefore, Vere is the logical person to tell the story since she was not only the first Guinevere to arrive at the convent, but also stays at the convent to raise the child.

The revival stories of each of The Guineveres is told from that girl’s perspective, i.e., Gwen tells her revival story, Win tells hers, and so on. The author writes the stories from the perspective of each girl because it allows...

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