Ware, Ruth Writing Styles in The Woman in Cabin 10

Ware, Ruth
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Point of View

This story is told from a first-person point of view that focuses the reader’s attention on Lo, the narrator and main character. Lo is the character who is developed the most thoroughly. She has little interaction with the other characters but mostly focuses on her own thoughts, actions, emotions, and circumstances. This attention on Lo keeps her in the center of the reader’s mind as she is attacked and made a victim. She is told by Nilsson she is imagining things. Then, she is kidnapped and made a victim again. The reader is very invested in Lo and depends on her to interpret what she sees and hears. For instance, when Lo first thinks about Ben’s similarities to the man who broke into her apartment, the reader marks Ben as one not to be trusted. Because Lo decides at first that Bullmer...

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