Cecily Von Ziegesar Writing Styles in I Like It Like That: A Gossip Girl Novel

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Point of View

"I Like It Like That, A Gossip Girl Novel" by Cecily von Ziegesar is written in the limited, omniscient, and third-person narrative. This style allows the reader to be privy to the thoughts and motivations of the main characters of the story. Writing from this perspective provides insight into personalities of the characters and how they react to events and to their environment. The reader does not have insight into the Gossip Girl who is supposedly an unidentified member of the privileged, elite circle of friends that she gossips about in her on-line blog. However, the author uses the Gossip Girl blog to slip in a few facts about the characters and plot that shed additional light on how the story is working out.

This book is one in a series of Gossip Girl Books. As such, regular readers will be already familiar with most of...

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