Carolyn Meyer Writing Styles in Beware, Princess Elizabeth

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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The novel is written as though Elizabeth herself is telling the story as she looks back on her life on the day she learns that she will be queen. Elizabeth tells her story beginning with the death of her father, King Henry VIII, and ends with the death of her sister, Queen Mary.

The point of view of the novel offers an intimate look into the mind of one of the most famous women in history. The novel takes place from the time Elizabeth is thirteen until she is twenty-five. Over these years, Elizabeth finds herself treated like a second class citizen, the forgotten sibling in a family of three children, the one that no one truly believes will ever be queen. Elizabeth shares with the reader her thoughts and feelings about her father, her siblings...

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