Dana Reinhardt Writing Styles in The Things a Brother Knows

Dana Reinhardt
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Point of View

"The Things a Brother Knows by Dana Reinhardt is written in the first-person with the protagonist, Levi Katznelson as the narrator. The book is written in the past tense. Levi tells the story of his brother's return to civilian life after three years on the battlefield as a US Marine. The reader is privy to Levi's progression in the story from a brother who is unenthusiastic about his older brother's return to a young man who will literally do anything to rescue his brother and bring him back to the brother that he always admired and looked up to.

The reader knows what steps Levi takes or plans to take to help his brother. The clever way that Levi is able to discern at least some of what his brother is planning to do is intriguing and engaging. Although Levi tries to portray himself as cool...

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