Carol Fenner Writing Styles in Yolonda's Genius

Carol Fenner
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This novel is told in third person limited omniscience from the perspectives of Yolanda and Andrew. This point-of-view is very important to the novel as the reader gains insight into both Yolanda and Andrew's thoughts and desires, which are important for the reader to understand their character development and emotional growth. Having complete access to Yolanda's innermost thoughts is vitally important for making her a sympathetic character. On the outside, Yolanda is rough and tough, but on the inside she is actually very insecure and tender. Without access into Yolanda's emotions, the reader would never see this side of her personality. Similarly, it is important for the readers to understand Yolanda's thoughts during her conniving plans. Without such information, the reader would likely be lost throughout the novel, wondering what Yolanda is doing and why.

Perhaps even more important, however, is the reader's access into Andrew's...

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