Grace Lin Writing Styles in Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

Grace Lin
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Point of View

The point of view of Where the Mountain Meets the Moon is always third-person but the narrator changes frequently, which makes the book rather unique. The main narrator is, in every case, the author, Grace Lin. She tells the story chronologically and is almost but not fully omniscient. For instance, she will on occasion enter the characters' minds and explain their emotional states from the inside out; however, she never reveals future events. She only discusses the past and the present. Her story has the feel of the simple plot of a children's story. As a result, her point of view remains a simple third-person point of view.

However, Where the Mountain Meets the Moon is unique due to its sub-stories. In many chapters, some character will often tell a story on his or her own. These stories all have their own titles and each is...

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