Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney Writing Styles in The Nest

Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
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Point of View

This story is told by a third person omniscient narrator. The narrator tells the story from the viewpoint of almost all the characters at one point or another. Some aspects of the story, like Leo’s time with SpeakEasyMedia, are told in parts of the novel from a purely informational point of view and then repeated at different points from the viewpoints of specific characters. For instance, Leo recognizes the idea that Nathan is trying to push for “Paper Fibers” as one that Leo came up with for SpeakEasy but Nathan did not like at the time. When Leo brings up that the idea was his originally Nathan blows him off. Characters on whom the narrator focuses on in the novel include Melody, Beatrice, Leo, Jack, Stephanie, Walter, Nora, Louisa, Francie, Vinnie, Tommy and Matilda.

The narrator knows all of the emotions and thoughts of...

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