Set in the 1930s and 1940s, Edna O'Brien's A Pagan Place, first published in 1970, was written taking advantage of voice that narrativizes the story through a second person narratorial voice, by using the monologic 'you' and 'your.' The voice recalls the childhood and family background of a girl from a small Irish farming community as she grows up in the 1930’s and 1940’s. The monological voice retains its unusual point of view throughout the novel, and focus on the young girl, as if she is the center point around which all the events revolve.

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