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Eliot Wigginton Writing Styles in Foxfire 9

Eliot Wigginton
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The novel is written in the first person perspective. At the beginning of each chapter, the writer of the article prefaces the piece with information about his or her own experiences with the subject of the article and gives some background information on the topic. This perspective helps to introduce the topic in a way that is personable and knowledgeable, as well as trustworthy and authentic. Then, each person interviewed tells their own story in the first person perspective. Again, such a perspective allows the speaker to add his or her own personal stories to the topic, making it possible to relate to the material. On occasion, these individuals will tell a story in third person, since the event did not take place in his or her own presence. Even these stories, however, since related from the perspective of the already-authenticated speaker, seem believable. In addition, this perspective...

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