Cecil Castellucci Writing Styles in Boy Proof

Cecil Castellucci
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Point of View

"Boy Proof" is written from a first-person perspective. The story is recounted through Victoria's perspective, giving the reader has access to her thoughts, reasoning, emotions and bodily sensations. Due to the writing style, the reader is easily able to see the type of person Victoria is, the way she thinks and feels about herself and the reasons as to why she has the perspective on life that she has. The first-person perspective of the book offers the reader insight into Victoria's uniqueness, independence, sense of humor and sarcasm, as well as her insecurities and anger. As events are experienced by Victoria and the reader simultaneously, Victoria's sharp wit, intelligence and ability to make keen observations offers the reader several interpretations about the behaviors of others and events.

Overall throughout the story, the reader is able to easily experience Victoria's anger with feeling misunderstood and invisible, her...

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