Usually most people associate someone who prays or writes notes to God as a reliable and trustworthy person. You should see the spray of sparks when he uses his ebonite comb! It would have been expensive to mass produce. It reminded me of what was important. Class politics are introduced to the story when the Phonies arrive in Stella Street.
The story welled up, then started to roll, and images and ideas attached themselves to it like filings to a magnet. Some of the story I had already, but ideas lurked, feelings swirled.
In the story Henni is frequently writing letters to God asking for his help with certain matters like when Old Aunt Lillie went to heaven and she asked God to give her a good spot p.
I fell in a drain and one of my favourite books was about Hendrika, a Dutch cow who fell in a canal.
Stella Street is the collection of ideas, observations and notes that came together after the success of Honey Sandwich. The Phonies are criticised for responding formally with a complaint of their next door neighbours.
The implied reader would be aimed at children around the same age as Henni so the reader can relate to her. Finally the title page was adapted for the cover. Stella Street is about people who belong: What a relief when it was first printed out!
I wanted to write about kids who were open and robust, ingenious, tenacious and funny. And an exciting, action-packed plot. Would people would buy something so worn? Can you pick the languages? Our bodies generate electricity and some, like Zev, make more than others.
They go through ups and downs but basically they stick together. So, while they were trying to rescue me my parents joked and called me Hendrika which turned into Henni. This quote makes the Phonies look like unreasonable people.
But most people call me Henni. There were eight drafts in the end, the last one shorter, as I slashed out the boring bits. And a happy ending, not in a Disneyland way, an Australian way. Henni, Danielle, Zev, Frank and their friends and families are all portrayed as middle class people.
Who was going to live in 45? It was funny and fast, and very scary and we never knew what was going to happen next! Henni also makes fun of the lower class dog catcher Mr W. Page numbers were all over the place. All these people seem to agree that there is something strange about the high class Phonies and want to find a way to get them out of their street.
The author attempts to imply that Henni is a reliable narrator from the moment the reader is first introduced to Henni. This is evident from page 5 of the book when the narrator, Henni introduces herself to the reader and does not from change from Henni to another narrator throughout the text.
With Rosalind Price as publisher and editor I felt bold enough to try a novel. And a dog, Briquette. When he combs his hair, he is charging it and the more plastic the comb, the greater the zap.
This honest statement encourages the reader to see Henni as reliable narrator.45 + 47 Stella Street And Everything That Happened has ratings and 55 reviews. Alex said: The fifth star is for nostalgic wonderfulness.
I first read /5. STELLA STREET How do narrative strategies of point of view/focalisation, reader positioning and closure work together to produce the class politics encoded in 45 & 47 Stella Street?/5(1). Katalin Csilla Burkovics English Literature and Culture I Noémi Najbauer 14 03 Stella Street Essay STELLA STREET How do The story of 45 & 47 Stella Street and everything that happened (Honey, E ) is written from a first person narrative perspective.
This is evident from page 5 of the book when the narrator, Henni. Here's year-old Henni's original version of what her gang did when The Phonies moved into their street and started to spoil everything!
It's fast and funny and you never know what's going to happen next. The children’s novel ‘45 and 47 Stella Street and everything that happened’ (Honey, ) written by Elizabeth Honey is a novel aimed at pre-adolescent girls.
Stella Street is the collection of ideas, observations and notes that came together after the success of Honey Sandwich.
With Rosalind Price as publisher and editor I felt bold enough to try a novel. With Rosalind Price as publisher .Download