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Therese Anne Fowler Writing Styles in Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald

Therese Anne Fowler
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Point of View

The novel is written in a first person point of view, which is told solely from Zelda’s perspective. As the novel is centered around Zelda’s life, it is appropriate that she holds authority over the narration. In the beginning, Zelda’s point of view is a rather naïve one, as she is overly enthusiastic about her and Scott’s relationship and the idea of living life as his wife. Zelda maintains an optimistic and excited view of the world, as she is mesmerized by New York and eager to live her life as a celebrity. However, as the plot progresses, Zelda’s point of view begins to shift and mature, especially after she becomes a mother. As Scott falls into alcoholism and makes less and less progress in his writing, Zelda realizes that their partying lifestyle is an unhealthy and destructive one...

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