Judy Blume Writing Styles in Superfudge

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Point of View

The story is told from the first-person, past-tense point of view of protagonist Peter. That point of view is defined by Peter’s age (he is going into grade six) and, more importantly, his family situation. There are three main factors that, in turn, define that situation; Peter’s younger brother Fudge (energetic, impulsive, and demanding); his newborn younger sister Tootsie; and his parents who, according to Peter, do not give him enough consideration when it comes to making major decisions that affect him. Those decisions include the choice to have a baby, the choice to move, and the choice of how to deal with Fudge, all of which Peter thinks are wrong decisions, and has no hesitation telling his parents so. All this leads to narrative and personal perspectives in Peter that are mostly defined by anger, frustration, confusion, and loss – in short, a...

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