Lauren Barnholdt Writing Styles in Two-way Street

Lauren Barnholdt
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Point of View

The story is told from two different points of view, that of the main characters Jordan and Courtney, and alternates between the two at random. It begins with Courtney, who is a fairly normal, kind and thoughtful teenage girl about to go to college. She is relatable to by the reader, and so easily becomes a sympathetic character. Jordan's point of view is given next. He is a more tricky character for the reader to like, as he is the one who broke up with Courtney, seemingly for a very callous reason. However, the author makes it quickly apparent that Jordan still loves Courtney, and that he felt he had to break up with her for reasons that got out of his control. He is hurting as much as she is, and so in many ways he is a sympathetic character too.

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