Zoey Dean Writing Styles in Almost Famous, a Talent Novel

Zoey Dean
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Point of View

Almost Famous is recounted from a third-person point of view. The narrator is omniscient and reliable, with the ability to discern not only the actions of each character, but their thoughts and feelings as well.

The book contains a well-balanced mix of exposition and dialogue, enabling the reader to receive objective information as well as peek in on discussions among the various characters.

In addition to actual dialogue and description, the reader gets a further glimpse into each character through the calendar item posted at the beginning of each chapter. Each one shows the day's agenda for a particular character in which they not only list specific to-do items, but also provide their thoughts on various tasks, such as Emily's notations that she hates iChat. The reader can assume that her attitidue is partly because she feels isolated from her best friend back in Iowa, but...

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