Michelle Duggar Writing Styles in A Love That Multiplies: An Up-Close View of How They Make It Work

Michelle Duggar
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Perspective

The book was written by Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar from the limited perspectives of the authors. The book was written in first person, typically referring to the author as "I" or "me," or sometimes as "we." When first person singular was used, there was often a name indicating which of the authors was writing that section. For example, chapter two's opening was written by Jim Bob. On the first page of that chapter, he wrote, "Michelle asked me (Jim Bob)..." This method of distinguishing which of the Duggars was writing was fairly effective, though it was impossible to tell who had written some sections. Because they seemed to agree, it didn't really matter which of them had written all parts of the book but this may be a minor source of distraction for some readers. The limited perspective was not overly limiting because of the subject matter...

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