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A Matter of Perspective

So we’ve all got different tastes in fiction, but I want to share a new novel that I’ve just finished, The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout. So many aspects of this story are moving, but I was particularly impressed with how skillfully and effectively Strout handles multiple perspectives through a third-person narrator. Take a look, if you’re struggling with the same.

— Karen

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2 thoughts on “A Matter of Perspective

  1. aj hillyer on said:

    I love Elizabeth Strout’s stuff. I’m halfway through BB, and I couldn’t agree more.

  2. Elizabeth on said:

    Might as well aim high, right?

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