Marcus Emerson Writing Styles in Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja

Marcus Emerson
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Point of View

Marcus Emerson tells his novel Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja in the first-person reflective narrative mode from the point of view of main character and principal protagonist, Chase Cooper. Early in the novel, Chase makes it plain that the reader is now reading his personal chronicle of his first days at Buchanan and how he became a ninja. Chase himself explains he is reflecting on the past so that others might read it and not have history repeat itself. It is therefore only natural that Chase recount the events of his own past in the first-person, for the events not only take the form of a diary chronicle, but because the events being related happened to Chase himself. There is no one better to tell a firsthand account than the person who experienced the events of that firsthand account. In this case, that person...

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