Natalie Lloyd Writing Styles in A Snicker of Magic

Natalie Lloyd
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Point of View

Natalie Lloyd tells her novel “A Snicker of Magic” in the first-person, limited-omniscient perspective from the point of view of main character, Felicity. Felicity explains early on in the novel that she has difficulty speaking the words she collects, thinks, and feels, so she scribbles them down in a notebook. That Felicity should tell her own story is important because the reader becomes a close friend of sorts, understanding firsthand the things that Felicity thinks and feels but cannot always say out loud. The limited-omniscient aspect of the novel means that the reader will only learn about, and discover things as Felicity learns about and discovers them, rather than knowing everything all at once. This creates a sense of mystery, and further adds to the intrigue about the many past mysteries relating to the Threadbare Brothers that Felicity seeks to uncover.

Language and Meaning

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