Jenny Han Writing Styles in Always and Forever, Lara Jean

Jenny Han
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Point of View

The narrative of Always and Forever, Lara Jean is related in first-person present tense. Narrated by Lara Jean, the teenage protagonist, everything in the book is filtered through the lens of her mind. Because of this, the scope of the novel is very narrow, focusing intensely on Lara Jean, her family, and her boyfriend. Lara Jean has a group of friends but hardly any of them get much more consideration than background characters such as her guidance counselor Mrs. Duvall. Lara Jean’s point of view focuses our attention on the things that matter. As an affluent teenager awaiting college acceptance letters, her main concern is getting into the college of her choice. After college, her thoughts focus on her boyfriend, Peter Kavinsky, who she is madly in love with and spends lots of time thinking about: "I look at Peter's profile out of the...

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