Andy Mulligan Writing Styles in Trash

Andy Mulligan
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Point of View

There are multiple narrators in the novel, as different characters jump in to add their unique perspectives to the events occurring. The novel is told with first-person, past-tense narration. All the characters are relating from the future, and are aware of what occurred and how action unfolded. Each narrator provides the story from a first person point of view, and their roles and lengths vary as well. Most of the narrators are primary actors in the novel, such as Raphael and the other Behala boys, while people like Grace make one-time appearances, offering testimonials that supplement a small aspect of the novel.

With Raphael being the primary narrator, the other voices come and go, some becoming prominent as the novel goes on. Jun in particular has a bigger role and voice when he becomes embroiled with the activities of Raphael and Gardo directly. Olivia Weston...

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