Ryan Winfield Writing Styles in The Park Service

Ryan Winfield
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Point of View

The Park Service is written from first person point of view. The main character, Aubrey Van Houten, is the narrator. The point of view is very limited, keeping the reader inside of Aubrey’s mind. The reader can only know and understand what Aubrey knows and understands. As he matures and discovers more about the lies that he has been told by his society and its founder, so does the reader.

Language and Meaning

The language of the novel is simple English. The language does not contain any special language despite the genre of the novel being science fiction. The language also does not contain any foreign words or any words that might cause confusion for the reader.

The novel is written for young adults. For this reason, the language tends to be simple, using some slang that would be more familiar to young readers...

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