Alice Randall Writing Styles in The Wind Done Gone

Alice Randall
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The novel is written as though it is a journal written by the main character, Cynara. In this novel, Cynara tells her story, beginning shortly after the end of the classic novel, Gone with the Wind. Cynara is the lover of R., who was Rhett Butler in the classic novel, and her half-sister is the heroine of the classic novel, Scarlett O'Hara.

The point of view of this novel works well because of the structure of the novel. The novel is written as though it is a journal written by a woman who is trying to work through the baggage of her past and embrace the new world in which she finds herself. Cynara struggles throughout the novel with the impact of slavery on her life and its after effects. Cynara feels she has never been...

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