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Graeme Simsion Writing Styles in The Rosie Effect

Graeme Simsion
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Point of View

This novel is told from the first person point of view of Don Tillman. The fact that Don uses the pronouns “I” and “me” to refer to himself are proof that the point of view is from the first person. The use of the first person point of view is instrumental to the development of the challenges and themes in the novel. No other point of view could capture Don’s unique feelings and emotions as he tried to deal with acclimating himself to fatherhood and also trying to find a way to persuade his wife to stay with him even though he had his doubts about his abilities to be a good parent. The first person point of view allows the reader to see the situations in the novel through Don’s unique way of thinking and understand why he acted as he did...

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