The Princess Diaries Essay | The Princess Diaries - Literary Review

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of The Princess Diaries.
This section contains 416 words
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The Princess Diaries - Literary Review

Summary: Reviews the novel, The Princess Diaries. Provides a plot summary. Describes it as an unappealing fairytale written for youngsters.
The Princess Diaries is a fictional novel, a fairytale. It features a young New York teenager that has just learned her deceased father was the crown prince of the country Genovia. To keep the royal name from passing to another family due to a broken bloodline, the queen, Mia's grandmother, hopes she will take her father's place as the crown Princess. While Mia contemplates her future, her grandmother insists on turning her from a social misfit to a lady fit for the throne.

Mia, the main character in the novel is at first, a reserved, conservative-dressing, young teenage girl. She has few friends, and her priorities aren't her looks or her social status, she loves school, and is quite careless when it comes to what her hair looks like when she leaves the house every morning. Raised by her mother in Greenwich, Manhattan, Mia...

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