First person, from Harold's perspective
Third person omniscient
First person, from Kay's perspective
Unfortunately, THIS guitar said, 'When I get back to Georgia, that woman gonna feel my pain.'
No. Actually I'm quite fastidious. I put them in this box just to screw with you.
This may sound like gibberish to you, but I think I'm in a tragedy.
As much as I'd like to, I can't just throw Harold Crick off a building.
Kay's disagreement with Penny
Ana being audited by the IRS
Kay's decision to kill, or not to kill, Harold
All of the above
Ana is angry and mean while Harold is nice.
Ana and Harold get a long throughout the whole movie.
Ana is free-spirited while Harold is rigid.
They get married in the end.
Like the bird, Harold is wounded and unable to defend himself.
No matter what Harold does, his death has already been written.
Harold's life is meaningless and thus, he gives up.
None of the above
It symbolizes how life is driven by man-made objects.
It symbolizes Harold's misguided rigidity.
It symbolizes the futility of free will.
None of the above.
She realizes that the good people in life are hard to come by.
She realizes that she's become too repetitive in her authorial choices.
She was heavily influenced by Penny.
She thought it would surprise her readership; thus making her new book a better one.
The routine of daily life prevents us from living to the fullest.
Human interaction and close relationships are what's truly important in life.
A person should not seek to change that which cannot be changed
The rigors of daily life prevents us from noticing, and cherishing the small things.