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Sophie Kinsella Writing Styles in Finding Audrey

Sophie Kinsella
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Point of View

The story is told from the first person point of view. Audrey tells her own story as the narrator and the main character of the book, leaving the reader to feel as though Audrey is confiding in him/her like a friend would do. Audrey deals with things many teens do -- a sibling that's annoying, parents who have their own eccentricities, stress and anxiety. As if that's not enough for any teen to deal with, Audrey's situation is made worse by a debilitating social anxiety that can be blamed on school bullying. Audrey needs a friend, and the reader becomes that friend. The first person point of view is told in the present tense, which brings the reader directly into the action with Audrey as she deals with her disorder with both drama and humor.

The only section that is not told from Audrey's...

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