Karen McQuestion Writing Styles in Favorite

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Point of View

"Favorite" is written in the first person, and the narrator is a sixteen-year-old girl named Angie Favorite. All of the action is presented as it is seen and experienced by her, and all of the information is presented as Angie understands and interprets it. While there are several important "flashback" scenes in the first few chapters, the majority of the novel is written as though the events have taken place just a short time before. There is no significant foreshadowing of events that are to come and, although the reader accepts Angie's interpretation of information as being reliable, her understanding of some crucial events is shown to be incorrect at the end of the novel.

The novel is written using a mixture of descriptive prose and dialogue, and Angie is present in every scene in the book. The author presents Angie's thoughts and feelings about events...

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