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My Sisters Keeper (1 Viewer)

liamh16

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Im doing this novel as my additional text, for the topic "Changing Perspectives'. I need 3 techniques which help show a change in perspective. Im really stuck, could anyone help?
Cheers :)
 

rhiannonjade

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hey just wondering if anyone relpied to you and if they did are you able to give me them too?
because im doing my sisters keeper too :)
thanks.
wb?
rhiannon :)
 

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No-one replied, but i ended up getting high 80% in the speech
techniques i used were....
1. Each chapter shows a different perspective on the situation
2. Flashbacks aka the boyfriend
3. First-Person Narration
hope that helps
 

e.eyvaz

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heyyy evry1, just wanted to ask does any1 who has read this before advise me to use it as a related text for the area of study-BELONGING??

plz repliii asapp
 

alimay21

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hey,
im doing it as one of my belonging texts to...i think it works or atleast i hope it does.
im trying to analyse it now, but there's not much on the internet :(
 

yy-d

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this is such a good book. too bad i can't relate it to self-change...
 

hermand

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this is such a good book. too bad i can't relate it to self-change...
haha exactly what i was going to say. i was jsut going to point out how much i love it, but i'm crap at english so can't help with the actual question =pp.
 

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