Helene Hanff Writing Styles in The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street

Helene Hanff
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The perspective of this book is highly subjective. Ms. Hanff visited London in the aftermath of her book 84, Charing Cross Road, a trip she had always wanted to make and finally could thanks to the royalties for her book. Ms. Hanff arrived shortly after the publication of the book in England and kept a journal so that she would never forget her experiences in London. This book is the journal she kept, giving the fans of 84, Charing Cross Road a sequel to the book that describes what happened after the first book was published, something many fans wanted to know. This book is also a sort of tour guide to London, sharing with readers the excitement of some of the sights in London that might be overlooked by the everyday tourist or under appreciated by London residents.

The perspective of this book works because it is a personal...

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