How Does Edward Bloor Present Joey In Tangerine

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Authors use different techniques in order to show how a certain character feels about something else in a story. Edward Bloor used these skills to develop Paul’s feelings towards Joey in many of the sections of the story. In Tangerine, the narrator goes into detail about how he feels about Joey at certain times. Throughout the story, Paul’s perspective changes as he goes through different incidents with Joey. In the September 20th journal entry, Paul feels sympathy towards Joey. For example, he realizes that since Mike’s death, Joey is having an especially hard time adjusting in Lake Windsor. Paul is persistent and assures Joey that life with him at Tangerine Middle would be better for him. During his conversation with Joey, Paul said, “So

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