T. Geronimo Johnson Writing Styles in Welcome to Braggsville

T. Geronimo Johnson
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Point of View

This novel is told from the point of view of a third person narrator. It is told almost entirely from the point of view of D’aron Davenport. There are two places in which the author diverges from this third person point of view narration. The first of these divergences is at the end of Chapter Sixteen. After Candice, Charlie and Daron have been questioned by the sheriff about their parts in Louis’ death there is a section where Louis spoke for himself. This short section is told from the first person point of view of Louis. Louis also has the final say in the conclusion of the novel. The end of the final chapter Latest also features the first person point of view of Louis.

Language and Meaning

Language is an important feature in this novel as the author explores the importance of words...

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