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Paper Towns is told by a first-person narrator, a teenage boy named Quentin or Q.
Paper Towns is told in the past tense.
The title Paper Towns refers to something that is fake or inauthentic. One of the main characters, Margo, calls Orlando, Florida, a paper town, meaning it is artificial.
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