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Jus Accardo Writing Styles in Touch

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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is first person. This point of view is important to the novel, as one of the primary points of the book is the emotional fluctuations in the main character, Dez. Her thoughts, feelings, and opinions about the people around her, as well as her memories and her feelings about her father, play vital roles in understanding both her character and the people that she comes into contact with. The growth of love for Kale is also a main component of the novel and this level of emotional capacity would be difficult to understand were the novel not written in first person view. The first person view also helps keep the story focused on Dez and her companions, as there are many other characters in the novel with their own tales. The first-person view helps the reader focus only on...

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