Diane Mott Davisdon Writing Styles in The Whole Enchilada

Diane Mott Davisdon
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Point of View

The Whole Enchilada is written in the first person and the point of view is that of the narrator, 38-year-old Goldy Schulz; Goldy lives with her husband Tom and her son Arch in the affluent community of Aspen Meadows, Colorado, owns Goldilocks’ Catering, and is an amateur detective. All of the information and action in the novel is presented as it is understood or experienced by Goldy, and she is present in every scene in the book. The point of view is reliable insofar as Goldy presents information accurately as she understands it – although what she understands might not always be accurate. Goldy also presents her insights into people and events, as well as her thoughts and feelings about what happens during the course of the story, which helps the reader to connect with Goldy, understand how her mind works, and care about what happens...

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