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Response to The Long Road Home Maral Mahmoudi Perspective is what shapes our reality. Perspective creates various ways to look at one situation. It is also what distinguishes the different point of views expressed in the non fiction novel The Long Road Home by Martha Raddatz. She uses first person narrative as her point of view, but changes the perspective by using different characters to narrate the story. Martha Raddatz uses a very interesting technique in the novel The Long Road Home. Instead of sticking to the traditional point of views of first, second, or third, she expanded on the first person point of view by basically changing the characters that would narrate the story. Not only is she changing who narrates the story, she also changes the scene every few chapters from the soldiers in Iraq to the wives of the soldiers in the United States. This constant change in perspective can be confusing at some points, but helps build a better and more diverse picture of the main story. Not only does one get a
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