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Land Girls Literary Qualities

Angela Huth
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Land Girls is written in a smooth, unobtrusive style. Despite the very strong sense of setting the author conveys, there are few Briticisms to startle American readers. Each scene usually focuses on the actions and feelings of only one land girl. However, the author shifts points of view readily, showing the thoughts and memories of the three young women and the other farm characters as well.

For this particular story it is a very effective technique. We would not know the Lawrences or Ratty nearly as well if we had seen them only through the girls' eyes.

Framing the story of their year in Dorset are a prologue and an epilogue that take place in the contemporary world. In the prologue, Ag and Prue meet at a hotel restaurant for lunch.

They are waiting for Stella to join them. The three have held these luncheons almost every year...

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This section contains 423 words
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