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P. G. Wodehouse Writing Styles in Carry on, Jeeves!

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Style

Point of View

The story is written in first person. Although the vast majority of the book is written from the perspective of Bertram, it will change in the last few chapters and Jeeves will be the one telling the story. The story is written with a limited point of view. Although the reader is able to see actions and reactions of the other characters, the reader is not given insight into the feelings or thoughts of those other than the one telling the story. Occasionally the reader isn't given full information on that person. The reader will simply be able to know that that person is confused, but will not know fully what they are thinking. The reader will find that since the author changes who is telling the story, it gives the reader the ability to have a better understanding of both the characters and their motives...

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