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First Person Stories

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First Person Stories is a collection of forty writings, twenty-four being fictional tales and sixteen being of the non-fiction variety, and the effort is Jay Dubya's 49th published book. Some of the works included in First Person Stories are writings taken from other already published Jay Dubya fiction and non-fiction books. The first person writing technique is particularly difficult in literary expression, especially when writing fiction, because the author must continually use the pronouns "I, me, my and mine" over and over, and there's always a danger of communicating a sense of monotony and boredom to the reader. This is why most fiction is written in the third person, the author utilizing the more functional pronouns "he, she, you, they and we." Three types of non-fiction writing represented in First Person Stories are autobiography, humor and the essay point of view structure, which is often used in newspaper journalism and always found on the publication's editorial page.

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