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Beth Hoffman Writing Styles in Saving CeeCee Honeycutt

Beth Hoffman
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Point of View

Saving CeeCee Honeycutt is a story by Beth Hoffman that is told entirely from the first person perspective of the main character, Cecelia Honeycutt. The story begins with the trials and tribulations Cecelia faces as she tries to cope with her mother's increasingly manic behavior. Suffering from psychosis, her mother often lived in her mind reliving the past and out of touch with the present. She often paraded around town in old and ragged prom dresses she bought from the Goodwill store, constantly believing she was preparing for one pageant or another. She spent a great deal of time obsessing over a photograph taken of her when she won the 1951 Vidalia Onion Queen pageant, forever trying to recapture the youth and beauty of that moment again.

Cecelia reveals a life of constant turmoil and confusion during which she was never sure what she would find...

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