Bethany Ball Writing Styles in What To Do About The Solomons

Bethany Ball
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Point of View

The novel relies on a third-person limited point of view to explore the internal state of a host of characters. The point of view shifts as needed, shedding light on the same event from different perspectives so the reader has a deeper understanding of events that have transpired. Jumping from character to character allows the reader to follow different characters in different places at the same time, such as Maya and Marc as they travel to Yakov's funeral. Though they are in different places, the novel's reliance on multiple points of view provides the reader with the ability to follow multiple characters at the same time and understand their various emotional states.

Despite the constant jumps, the third-person limited point of view still provides the reader with acute insight into the mind of each character, from Gabriel's distress to Yakov's feeling of superiority. Carolyn's listlessness...

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