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Amanda Hodgkinson Writing Styles in 22 Britannia Road

Amanda Hodgkinson
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Style

Point of View

The point of view of this book is primarily an omniscient and third-person perspective. The reader feels like an outsider observing the story as it unfolds. This all-knowing narrator slowly reveals the story by jumping from present-day late 1940s to the late 1930s and throughout World War II. By the end of the book, the reader knows why the characters act the way they do and have ended up in their current situation.

At times the narrator has employed quotes and the first-person perspective. This gives the reader a more personal sense of each character. It also gives each character a unique voice, especially with the inclusion of grammatical mistakes, British slang, and several other languages. This lends to a realistic feeling of what it might be like to be these characters or to speak to these characters.

Through the use of both third-person omniscient and...

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