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All the Bright Places is narrated by two first-person voices: the characters of Violet Markey and Theodore Finch each narrate their respective chapters.
All the Bright Places is told in the present tense.
All the Bright Places derives from a line in a Dr. Seuss book, Oh, the Places You'll Go! (1990)—a book the main characters read aloud when they break into a book store. The Seuss text captures the happy moments in one's life, but it also suggests that these happy moments can be defined only in contrast to sad moments.
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