Stephenie Meyer Writing Styles in Eclipse

Stephenie Meyer
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. With the exception of the epilogue, the entire novel is seen through the eyes of Bella Swan. Bella is a human girl who has fallen in love with both a vampire and a werewolf. These relationships place Bella in a world that most humans are unaware exists and makes her a target of those who do not want her to continue gaining knowledge of these worlds.

The first person point of view in this novel works well with the plot because it shows the story through the eyes of someone who is not fully aware of the rules and traditions of the supernatural world in which she has been invited by the two men she loves. For this reason, the reader is able to learn along with the narrator the rules of this world, rather than...

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