Tatjana Soli Writing Styles in The Last Good Paradise

Tatjana Soli
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Point of View

The novel is written in third person from the point of view of the main characters. Their respective stories and observations enable readers to learn about them. This technique coincides with the themes of self-discovery and the ability to communicate without technology.

As the novel progresses, the characters learn about themselves. This self-knowledge helps them grasp a second chance. Readers see how they grow by learning about their past and seeing their present. Each character must share their own past because they did not know each other prior to coming to the island.

The characters do not communicate with each other, at least in the beginning. Ann does not want to tell Dex that she is a lawyer. She avoids socializing by staying at the resort when everyone else goes snorkeling. She does not really talk to Richard, her husband. For these reasons, Ann is...

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