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Old 03-06-2014, 11:39 AM   #5
Graham
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Annie the Dreamer - POV character

In Annie the Dreamer, there is one paragraph where the point of view shifts from being in Annie's head to being inside someone else's:

Spoiler:
It switches to her mother in the paragraph:

She saw the way her man looked at her daughter, and she didn't want to lose him. Bringing these men home was the only thing in her life that made her feel worth something. If she had to let them molest her children a little bit, that was too bad. But she felt betrayed when they fell asleep in her daughter's bed.


Did this bother anyone else? How do you feel about point of view switches like this, generally?

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