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Mark Peter Hughes Writing Styles in Lemonade Mouth: Adapted Movie Tie-in Edition

Mark Peter Hughes
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Style

Point of View

The novel is told from a number of points of view, from the five members of Lemonade Mouth, who each tell their story in their own way to the other students in Opequonsett High School, and the music teacher, Mrs. Reznik, and Mr. Brenigan, the principal. Many of the accounts were made after the fact, like Charlie's, which is for extra credit in a class—but Olivia's account comes from her letters to her father in prison, and Stella's sounds like it comes more from her journals than being written for an audience.

Setting

Lemonade Mouth is set at Opequonsett High School, a fictional high school in Rhode Island. There is a tension between the gymnasium culture, and the sports kids like Scott Pickett and Ray Beech, and the 'underground' kids who belong to the clubs that have been moved into the basement. Lemonade Mouth...

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This section contains 379 words
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