Does anyone know who exactly Corran is addressing in the first-person in I, Jedi? I hadn't really given it much thought until I read Shatterpoint and Mace kept shifting into the first-person for historical recordings. I thought that might make sense, but I'm re-reading I, Jedi now and that doesn't really fit (i.e future generations probably wouldn't care too much that he almost got freaky with Tavira). So is it kinda like Corran's memoirs then? Or is it some weird recording of Corran's stream of consciousness? I'm just curious because it's the only Star Wars book that would appear the same to us as it would to a Star Wars universe person.