Joan Lowery Nixon Writing Styles in The Other Side of Dark

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Point of View

The point of view in "The Other Side of Dark" is the first person. This point of view is limited and mostly reliable. This is proven by the fact that Stacy McAdams is the first-person narrator and she tells the story from her own point of view. Therefore, her knowledge is limited to her own thoughts and feelings, as well as what she is told of others'; however, she is not privy to the private thoughts and emotions of other characters. Additionally, her point of view is more limited than a normal seventeen-year-old girl's would be because of the four years she spent in a coma, which makes her think like a thirteen-year-old. She often misses what other characters' reactions to things could signify. This is important because it emphasizes Stacy's struggle to catch up on the last four years of her life in a short...

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