Glenn Beck Writing Styles in Agenda 21

Glenn Beck
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Point of View

The story is written in first person, from the point of Emmeline. She is young, so the vocabulary is relatively simple and the story line is easy to follow. The reader feels left out of the loop sometimes, due to Emmeline’s ignorance. Since Emmeline begins as an ignorant 14 year old and ends as a 17 year old who knows much more about life and the Republic, the point of view almost makes it feel as if the reader is growing with Emmeline.

Language and Meaning

The vocabulary is quite simple, as Emmeline is fourteen years-old through part of the novel and seventeen through the other part. Although the concepts may be hard to understand based on all the political influences and government involvement, the vocabulary simplifies the story a bit so that it can be understood by younger readers. Also, the vocabulary fits Emmeline’s...

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