A. J. Finn Writing Styles in The Woman in the Window: A Novel

A. J. Finn
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Point of View

This story is told from the first-person point of view of Anna. This point of view makes sense since the novel is told as if Anna is recording her thoughts, emotions, and activities each day in a diary of sorts. The first-person point of view, as well as the fact the novel is told in present tense, gives readers the feeling that they are in the moment as Anna tries to work through what happened in the house across the street from her.

The first-person point of view also allows the reader access to Anna’s mind. The reader has a first-row seat to the breakdown that Anna suffers as she begins to question what she believes she has seen as well as her own actions. The reader knows how much Anna drinks and how irregularly she takes her medicine because she admits her downfalls...

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