Gregory Hughes Writing Styles in Unhooking the Moon

Gregory Hughes
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Point of View

“Unhooking the Moon” by Gregory Hughes is a work of fiction and is written in the first person from the perspective of the protagonist, Bob DeBillier. The story begins when Bob is sixteen and in New York. He recalls three years before when he lived in Winnipeg with his father, John, and his younger sister, Marie Claire, who everyone called the Rat. Bob is a sensitive person who likes writing and poetry. His sensitivity is particularly sparked over his concern for his sister. She is the polar opposite of Bob. She is bold and aggressive and bossy to Bob’s reticent and passive personality.

Although they are very different, the siblings have a close relationship. Their strong relationship is the heart of the story. Although he does not vocalize his love for his sister because no 12-year old boy would do so, the reader is...

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