Jandy Nelson Writing Styles in The Sky Is Everywhere

Jandy Nelson
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The narrating character is Lennon, a young girl whose sister has recently died. The novel follows Lennon as she struggles with her sister's death and tries to deal with changes in her life brought on both as a consequence of Bailey's death and as a consequence of normal life.

The point of view of the novel is the most intimate point of view an author can choose to use. The first-person point of view keeps the reader completely in the main character's mind, therefore the reader sees the events of the novel only through this one person's eyes. It is somewhat restrictive, keeping the reader from understanding the motives of other character, but it also creates an intimacy between the main character and the reader that leaves the reader very concerned about what happens to the...

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