Tommy Lee Writing Styles in The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band

Tommy Lee
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Perspective

The book is written in the first person narrative perspective which means that the person telling the story tells it from his own view. This means also that the narrator cannot truly know what the other people are thinking or feeling; he can only project what he thinks they are experiencing. This style essentially relates details and events as viewed from the author's mind with no ability to fill in details of the others surrounding him. This book is unique in that it is written by the four band members so the reader grows to understand events from the perspective of each of them. This helps to fill in the story of the band's establishment and growth to celebrity and also provides the reader with personal and poignant details about the lives of each of them as told by each of them. This allows the reader some additional...

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