The story "Lust" by Susan Minot is told from the point of view of the narrator, a promiscuous young woman who is analyzing sexuality from her own perspective. This means that the story is told from a first-person point of view. This is evident from the very start of the story, where she uses the pronoun "I" to narrate her own story.
Leo was from a long time ago, the first one I ever saw nude. ... I met him the first month away at boarding school. ... I flipped.
The use of the first-person point of view is more effective in this story than switching to a second- (you) or third-person (he, she, they) point of view because,...
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