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Fannie Flagg Writing Styles in The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion

Fannie Flagg
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Point of View

The author uses the omniscient point of view except in chapters that are written as letters. The omniscient point of view allows readers to see into the minds of characters and to gain insight into the past. Letters are written from the first person point of view. All chapters are in told in past tense.

Language and Meaning

The language in this book is straight-forward and easy to understand. There is some mild profanity from Fritzi, who enjoys cursing. The author uses similes occasionally to help with imagery. For instance, in "The Most Unusual Week – Point Clear, Alabama, Monday, June 6, 2005, 76 degrees and Sunny," Sookie says the red and green lights on the shrimp boats are like Christmas lights. This simile indicates that she sees the opportunity to live in the gulf town as a gift.

Sometimes Fritzi uses military terms related to planes that may...

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