Virginia Brown Writing Styles in Dixie Divas

Virginia Brown
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is first person. The narrator is Trinket Truevine. Trinket tells her story through clear narration. However, as a Southern woman, her narration tends to become distracted and include too much detail about her life and the things around her. This adds a bit of Southern flare to the story.

The point of view of this novel works well with the plot because it offers an intimate relationship with the main character. The reader gets to know Trinket and to like her. As the plot develops, the reader only learns what Trinket knows, keeping the reader from becoming overloaded with too much information or figuring out who did it before Trinket. For these reasons, the point of view works well with the novel.

Language and Meaning

The language is simple English. The novel is set in the south, so...

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