Jeff Kinney Writing Styles in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever

Jeff Kinney
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Point of View

Jeff Kinney tells his novel “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever” in the first-person reflective perspective. The entire novel is composed as if to resemble a diary. It is full of written entries and drawings pertaining to the entries. Because Greg himself is meant to be writing the entries, the narration is that of first-person. The experiences described happened to Greg directly, and Greg himself is committing them to paper. The reflective aspect of the narration comes from the fact that Greg is writing after the events which he is describing, and so is reflecting on them, recalling them, and thinking back about them as he is writing.

Language and Meaning

Jeff Kinney tells his novel “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever” in language that is simple and straightforward. This is done for at least two primary reasons. First, the language used in...

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