Kimberly Brubaker Bradley Writing Styles in The War That Saved My Life

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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Point of View

This story is told by Ada from the first person point of view. She knows and reports all of her emotions and her thoughts but is able to report only the actions and words of other characters. She tells her story directly to her reader as if she were talking to a close friend. There are even places in the novel where she directly refers to her reader. This first person point of view makes Ada’s story seem very personal. The reader comes to think of Ada as a real person and care about what happens to her. This story would not work as well if it were told from any other point of view. A third person point of view would not have given the reader the in-depth look in Ada’s life and emotions as the first person point of view does...

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