Candace Bushnell Writing Styles in Sex and the City

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Point of View

The author begins the book with a first-person, introducing the characters as she interacts with them and interviews them. The narrator gives subtle clues about herself and while she technically remains anonymous, she occasionally includes herself in the scenes that she is describing. For example, she investigates the sex club by visiting it and describes what she finds in one chapter. In another chapter, she describes conversations with men who like to propose threesomes with the women they are dating. And in another chapter, she explores the role of the modelizer, the men who pursues young models, by interviewing them. Sometimes, the conversations take place with her involved in them. And sometimes, she comments on her own thoughts. For example, she writes that she can relate to the cynicism of her friends: “Recently I’d found myself saying I didn’t want a relationship because...

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