Chloe Neill Writing Styles in Firespell

Chloe Neill
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Point of View

Firespell is recounted in tje first-person and limited, omniscient perspective of Lily Parker. This means that the audience is held very close to Lily's thoughts and emotions throughout the novel. Through the point-of-view narration, the reader gains intimate access into Lily's longing for home, her desperation to save Scout, her fears in battle, and her struggles to understand her identity. This access is vital to the reader's understanding of Lily's character because she is extremely guarded on the outside, particularly upon arrival to St. Sophia's. Lily is also quite isolated in Chicago. Her parents are in Germany and has few friends at her new school, limiting her opportunities for dialogue. Because Lily begins to question the "truth" of her childhood, the point of view is important because it allows Lily to reflect back on years of history, emotion, and relationships, which create a complex world for...

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