Christina Dalcher Writing Styles in Vox

Christina Dalcher
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Point of View

This story is told in the present tense from the point of view of a first-person narrator. Jean is both the heroine and narrator of this dystopian novel. Jean’s voice in this novel is very important because she is the one who struggles with her unhappiness about the way the world has changed for her and her daughter. Her thoughts and opinions about the Pure Movement are central to the novel. Also central to the novel is the information Jean patches together to realize that her husband is working for the resistance and that he can help her overthrow the Pure Movement in its entirety.

While this novel could be told by a third person point narrator, the reader would not be as emotionally close to Jean as he is with the first person point of view. The first person point of view allows...

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