Leah Raeder Writing Styles in Unteachable

Leah Raeder
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Point of View

This story is told from the first person point of view of Maise. She is both the narrator and heroine of the story. As this is a story of Maise’s maturity and her developing knowledge of the difficulties that are a part of life as an adult, it makes sense that the novel would be written in the first person point of view. None of the other characters could tell Maise’s story in the way that she does. While another character might have been able to record what she does and the reactions she has to certain events, they could not give a full description of how she is feeling and why she is acting as she is.

The story is told through a great deal of exposition as Maise considers her relationship with Evan, her friendship with Wesley, her goals for her...

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