Jenna Blum Writing Styles in Those Who Save Us

Jenna Blum
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Point of View

The novel was told from a third person omniscient point of view. In this way, the author was able to provide insight into the thoughts and feelings of the characters while simultaneously providing an unbiased image of the characters’ situation.

In “Those Who Save Us,” the narration of the story shifted between describing the events of Anna’s life in Germany and Trudy’s life in the United States. In shifting the focus of the story in this way, the author was able to provide insight into the minds of both Anna and Trudy at different points in the women’s lives. In this way, both characters were given emotional depth. The reader was able to understand the actions of each woman on a deeper level due to the narration style chosen by the author.

Language and Meaning

Through third person omniscient narration, the narrator...

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