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Peter Jenkins (travel author) Writing Styles in A Walk Across America

Peter Jenkins (travel author)
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Style

Perspective

The story is written in the first person point of view from that of the author, Peter Jenkins. The story is written with a limited point of view. Although the point of view is limited the author will give the reader a lot of information that he gathers which will give a better understanding of the mind set of the people that he meets and the places that he goes. Much of the beginning of the story will deal with Peter Jenkins frame of mind when he decided that America was no place to live and the training that he went through when he decided to travel across America. He will be forced to change his mind about people and the country many times as he faces different issues and responses in the towns he finds.

The author's perspective will focus on the things that he finds as...

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