Marissa Meyer Writing Styles in Cinder: Book One in the Lunar Chronicles

Marissa Meyer
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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is third person. The point of view is reliable, since it allows the narrator to know the actions of the characters in the novel, and can tell the emotions of each individual in the story. This point of view is important, in that one of the main points of the novel is the discrimination of Cinder, and the social class segregation of society in the book. Without the ability to see inside Cinder's character, as well as to read the emotional aspects of Cinder, this discrimination and social class difference would not be as clear. Cinder's character is complex, as are her reactions to things, and by knowing her interior thoughts, feelings, and biological makeup, readers gain a better understanding of her character.

The story is told primarily through dialog, combined with patches of descriptive narration. This method is...

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