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Veronica Roth Writing Styles in Carve the Mark

Veronica Roth
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Point of View

There are two different points of view in this story. Parts of the story are told from the first person point of view of Cyra. Other parts of the story are told from the point of view of a third person narrator who focuses on Akos. It is important to have two different points of view in this novel because the lifestyles of the Shotet and Thuvhe are so different. In order for the reader to understand just how different the thoughts and motivations of these people are, there must be a representative from each of the two groups. The author may have decided to tell Cyra’s part of the story from her first person point of view because she wants the focus to be on Cyra. Although Akos’ viewpoints are needed for the story, it is not intended for his story to overshadow...

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