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Nicholas Sparks Writing Styles in The Longest Ride

Nicholas Sparks
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Point of View

There are two points of view in this novel. The first point of view presented in this novel is the first person point of view. In the chapters in which Ira is the narrator, his story is told from the first person point of view, meaning that Ira tells his story using the pronoun I. As the novel progresses, other chapters are narrated by either Sophia or Luke. These chapters are narrated in the third person point of view, meaning the narrator uses the pronouns he and she to refer to the narrating character.

The differing points of view in this novel give each section of the novel a separate and distinct feel. The chapters that are narrated by Ira draw the reader in quickly to create a close relationship with him. These chapters make the reader fear for Ira. The reader cares deeply about...

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