The language used in “I’m Having Fun!” is simple and easy to understand, reflecting the social setting which deals with some episodes in the life of young people. The author mixes narrative passages with dialogue and the narrator’s comments.


Imagery is an important narrative technique in literary works which reflects the creativity of the authors when they describe the action, the setting and the characters. Through visual images and sensory details, the author manages to convey the story to the readers in an appealing way which stirs their imagination. Here is an example of imagery from the text which helps readers visualise how Neil looks like: “He was blond, tall, had a nice face—not exactly handsome, but I thought him attractive.” (p. 36, ll. 36-37)


The author only uses a couple of similes in the text. One is u...

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