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Fannie Flagg Writing Styles in Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man

Fannie Flagg
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is first person. This novel is written as though it is a diary of a young woman, Daisy Fay Harper, began when she was only eleven and ending upon her winning the Miss Mississippi crown. The novel is filled with stories that have special meaning to this young woman, beginning with her eleventh birthday and ending with the reception of friends after her successful bid at Miss Mississippi.

The novel's point of view is an intimate one that creates a connection between the reader and the main character that is stronger than any other point of view might allow. Daisy Fay is writing in a journal, but the novel is written in such a way that it might be a group of personal letters written by this fictional character specifically for the reader. It is a point of view...

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