Blue Balliett Writing Styles in Chasing Vermeer

Blue Balliett
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Point of View

This book is from the point of view of a narrator. Through the use of the omniscient and the third-person perspective, plus first person through the use of quotation marks, the reader is given a great deal of information regarding the characters, setting, and plot. The majority of the information given pertains to the thoughts and feelings of the two main characters, Calder and Petra, with the purpose of keeping the thoughts of others from the reader to enhance the sense of mystery. The two main characters, Petra and Calder, are the focus of the narrator's attention. The reader is given details about their thoughts and feelings regarding school, each other, and the mystery they have felt is theirs to solve.

The narrator only gives details regarding the other characters to progress the plot, aid Petra and Calder in solving the mystery, as well as to...

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