Kingsolver introduces the two major characters in the novel by writing Chapters 1 through 4 in alter

Kingsolver introduces the two major characters in the novel by writing Chapters 1 through 4 in alter

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Unformatted text preview: Kingsolver introduces the two major characters in the novel by writing Chapters 1 through 4 in alternating points of view. chapters 1 and 3 (and the rest of the novel) are written in the first person. Taylor Greer, the spirited protagonist of the novel, tells the story from her perspective as she experiences and understands it. chapters 2 and 4 are written in limited third person point of view we see the character through the author's eyes rather than through the character's. in these two chapters, Kingsolver provides information as seen and understood by Lou Ann Ruiz, a major character in the novel. In Chapter 1, we meet Taylor Greer (whose real name is Marietta). She was brought up, as was Kingsolver, in rural Kentucky among struggling tobacco farmers. She speaks a southern dialect that realistically imitates the dialect spoken by people who live in that part of rural Kentucky. Her dialect is realistically imitates the dialect spoken by people who live in that part of rural Kentucky....
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course ENG 1320 taught by Professor Bost during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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