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Eleanor and Park | Study Guide

Rainbow Rowell

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Overview

Author

Rainbow Rowell

Year Published

2013

Type

Novel

Genre

Fiction

Perspective and Narrator

The novel Eleanor & Park is told from two points of view, with Eleanor Douglas and Park Sheridan sharing the narration. The chapters vary wildly in length, as do the number of narrative shifts.

Tense

Eleanor & Park is told in the past tense.

About the Title

Eleanor & Park takes its title from the two young lovers who are at the center of this tragic love story: Eleanor Douglas and Park Sheridan.

Summary

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