Kody Keplinger Writing Styles in The DUFF

Kody Keplinger
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Point of View

The point of view of The Duff is that of first person, from the viewpoint of Bianca Piper. It is primarily through her narrative that the reader gets a glimpse into why she feels the way that she does and offers insight into her motives. The reader is also offered much of the backstory about Bianca's friends that otherwise would have been lost if told in a narrative third person, or omniscient viewpoint.

Language and Meaning

The language utilized in The Duff is modern in nature and scope. The reading level of the book, in and of itself, is geared toward early high school, but the language is still accessible to someone in junior high school. Because of the adult nature of some of the scenes, the book should be used with discretion as sexual content, swearing, and cursing are often utilized throughout the novel...

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