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Point of View

This novel is told from the first person point of view of Tiffany. The reader can tell the story is written in the first person point of view because Tiffany refers to herself as “I” throughout the course of the story. Notice that in the final paragraphs of the novel Tiffany credits herself as being the author of the novel. Tiffany’s, and therefore the reader’s, knowledge about other characters in the novel is limited to what they tell her through conversations. She records her own actions and feelings as well as how other people’s actions affect her. It is appropriate that Tiffany tells the story because its style is similar to her personality and attitude toward life. She tells a disjointed, random sequence of events that show no evidence of planning on her part or the part of other characters.

Language and Meaning

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