Judy Blume Writing Styles in Fudge-a-Mania

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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is first person. The point of view is personal and reliable, which is proven by the fact the narrator, Peter, knows the events and situations about which he reports. He can also tell the reader the emotions of other characters. For example, Peter knows when Fudge is about to cry or get upset. This point of view is important to the book because one of the major themes of the novel is adolescent awakening in Peter. There could not be such a dramatic turn of Peter's growth and development into an adolescent if the reader could not see into Peter's personal thoughts and emotions.

The story is told through a combination of exposition and dialogue. Judy Blume uses this method because the reader must keep focus on all the characters and hear their voices. The voices of the children...

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