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Sarah J. Maas Writing Styles in A Court of Thorns and Roses

Sarah J. Maas
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Point of View

A Court of Thorns and Roses is written in the first person through Fayre’s point of view. This is good because Fayre is creative and often eloquently describes what is happening around her. One example is her description of meeting Rhysand for the first time. She says, “everything about the stranger radiated sensual grace and ease. High Fae, no doubt. His short black hair gleamed like Raven’s feathers, off-setting his pale skin and blue eyes so deep they were violet, even in the firelight” (189).These descriptions continue throughout the book, and stem from her love of art and painting.

Even though she is uneducated, Fayre speaks very clearly and learns quickly. One example is how fast she learns the various faerie terms, such as High Fae, High Lord, Bogge, and Attor. When she talks about painting, however, is when she is the most...

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