Bright Lights, Big City is that rare work: a successful 2nd-person novel. Notice that significant portions of the Rabbit at Rest opening are also in 2nd person.
How are these deployments of the 2nd person alike? How are they different? What are the authors getting out of the device? What is the relationship of this maneuver, if any, to free-indirect narration?
For every claim you make, please cite specific instances in the three texts (both novels and Wood).