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Beth Hoffman Writing Styles in Looking For Me

Beth Hoffman
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Point of View

"Looking for Me" is told from the first person perspective of the main character, Teddi. This allows readers to experience Teddi’s thoughts and actions, and how she’s truly feeling about the events of the book. This is important since so many of the events involve Teddi being alone. Using the first person perspective like this makes it almost seem like the events are being directly narrated to the reader through Teddi.

Language and Meaning

Some of the language that is used in the book reflects the fact that it takes place in the South. Teddi even mentions once or twice how her southern heritage is a point of pride, which is reflected in her speech. Teddi also uses many terms that relate specifically to antiquing and restoration. The first time these terms are brought up are usually in the past when Teddi was...

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