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Stephenie Meyer Writing Styles in Eclipse

Stephenie Meyer
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Point of View

The point of view in "Eclipse" is the first-person perspective. This point of view is limited but reliable. The narrators, Morgan and Alisa, narrate this story from alternating perspectives, and the fact that the point of view is limited is proven by the fact that each of the protagonists are only able to share their own thoughts and what they witness personally or are told. This is important as it maintains the focus on these two characters and the challenges they face. Morgan's primary issue in this novel is her encounter with Ciaran, her refusal to join his evil magic practices and her attempt to thwart him by stripping his powers. Alisa struggles with the fact that she has just learned that her mother was a witch, meaning Alisa is half witch. Additionally, both of these girls are forced to face the fact that Ciaran has...

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