Louise Rennison Writing Styles in Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging; On the Bright Side ...

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This book is written in the first person with Georgia Nicolson as the narrator. Georgia uses a diary to communicate her thoughts and feelings. Georgia has a unique perspective, and this point of view allows the reader to enjoy it. However, the reader only gets Georgia's view and can only experience the other characters through Georgia's eyes. Georgia's perspective is limited, as she is a fairly superficial teenager. However, the book is meant to be funny, so her limited view is not a problem.

Since Georgia is British, she gives non-British readers a look at British culture. The reader sees her view common teenage problems through British eyes. Through Georgia's view, the reader can see her ups and downs, as she deals with family, school and friends. A diary is supposed to be a secret journal one keeps. Although Georgia's narration could have been a straight...

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