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The novel is told from the perspective of a third-person omniscient narrator who is able to remark on the inner thoughts of all of the characters.
The novel is written in the past tense.
The title is a reference to the little fires that Izzy sets to burn down the Richardson household. It is also symbolic of the multiple "fires" or problems that occur throughout the novel.
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