Jodi Picoult Writing Styles in The Storyteller (Jodi Picoult)

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Point of View

The Storyteller is told from several points of view. Rather than being separated into standard chapters, the novel is divided into sections according to who is telling which story at which point. The primary narrator is Sage Singer, whose actions and experiences put the plot in motion and is the common thread that binds the other characters together. Some sections are told from Josef's perspective, providing insights into his experiences and those of his brother as they became. and advanced as, Nazi officers. A few sections are told from Leo's perspective, as he discovers both his feelings for Sage and the truths associated with both Minka and Josef. Finally, a large part of the book comes from the point of view of Minka, as she painstakingly recounts the details of her youth and later experiences at the hands of the Nazis.

Using multiple narrators provides...

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