Jay Asher Writing Styles in Thirteen Reasons Why

Jay Asher
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Point of View

This story is told from the first person point of view from two different people. The first person whose point of view is used in the telling of the story is Clay’s point of view. Clay is one of the students who receives Hannah’s tapes although she admits that he shouldn’t be on the list as he was not one of the people who she feels contributed to her suicidal thoughts. Clay is probably an ideal narrator because he is not one of the people whom Hannah is singling out for the nasty ways they treated her. The others on the tapes appear not to have liked Hannah and probably would not have presented her story in the way that Clay does. Any other person narrating the story would either have been angry with Hannah for exposing their deeds or so emotionally...

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