Judy Blume Writing Styles in Tiger Eyes

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Points of View

The entire novel is written from the main character's point of view. Using Davey's outlook to guide the story allows the reader to live through everything that Davey lives through making her a very relatable character. Relating to Davey is important because her character goes through various changes and developments. In order to follow the emotions that the characters around Davey can't understand, the reader has to know how Davey is feeling. In the end Davey's transition into closure is clear because the reader has gone through her entire grieving process with her.

The viewpoint used in the novel also makes Davey's position as the main character indisputable. Davey is a very emotional character going through one of the hardest things that any person can go through so it is almost necessary to hear her story in her voice. All of the transitions that Davey's character...

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