Random House Writing Styles in Keep in Touch: Letters, Notes, and More from the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

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Point of View

Keep in Touch is told from the point of view of each character whose notes, letters, and diary entries are included in the book. Carmen serves as a narrator of sorts in the sense that the introduction comes from her, but beyond that, each piece of writing stands on its own. As such, the reader gets insights into each character's thoughts and feelings through the notes, letters, lists, etc. that they write. The book includes notes not only from the four main characters, but also from others such as the girls' parents, teachers, and other friends. These characters include Tibby's friend Bailey, whose wistful hope that she'll taste a particular flavor of ice cream someday, hints at her illness and impending death; Lydia, who writes with great enthusiasm about her upcoming wedding and seems oblivious to Carmen's resentment of her; and Bridget's parents, whose curt notes...

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