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Cyn Balog Writing Styles in Fairy Tale

Cyn Balog
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Point of View

The point of view of "Fairy Tale" is the first person. This point of view is also limited and reliable which can be seen by the fact that Morgan, the narrator, is only privy to her own thoughts and emotions in addition to things she witnesses or is told. Morgan has a bit of an advantage over most limited narrators, though, because she is psychic and sometimes has visions of the future. This point of view is important to the novel as it allows the author to focus on Morgan's thoughts and reactions, maintaining suspense since the reader, like Morgan, does not know what will happen.

The distribution of exposition and dialogue is fairly equal, and this is helpful in the plot's development as it grants the reader access to Morgan's thoughts in addition to the conversations she has with Cam and Pip. These conversations are...

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