Dave Nasser Writing Styles in Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog

Dave Nasser
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Perspective

Dave writes his story from the first-person point of view. He tells the story of a family pet who grows not only into a Guinness record-breaking animal but also one who endears himself to Dave. Although Dave describes himself as a dog lover, he does admit that he is not as excited about including a puppy in their family as his wife, Christie, is. Dave's standpoint in the beginning of the book is one of just putting up with the animal. At one point, Dave becomes so frustrated with the work that he has to put into taking care of the dog that he makes up his mind that they must give the dog away. As he is trying to decide which perspective owner he should give George to, Dave realizes that even though the dog is a hassle, he is also a member of the family. It...

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