Lisa Graff Writing Styles in A Tangle of Knots

Lisa Graff
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Point of View

A Tangle of Knots is told from a 3rd person omniscient perspective. Each one of the chapters follows a different character, with no two chapters focusing on the same individual character. The narrator frequently speaks to the reader, foreshadowing specific events that are going to happen in the book. The chapters will frequently focus on a character that was mentioned in a previous chapter, letting the reader see how the previous scene effected that particular character. This commonly happens with Zane and Marigold, or Marigold and Mrs. Asher.

Language and Meaning

For the most part, the book is written in a very easy to read fashion, reflecting that it is aimed for a very young audience. There are a few unique terms specific to the book. The first is Talent. Talents are mentioned as early as the prologue, but they aren’t explained for a...

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