Raina Telgemeier Writing Styles in Ghosts: A Novel

Raina Telgemeier
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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is that of Cat, a teenage girl, who has recently moved to a new town with her family. She is not happy about the move, but she understands the positive impact the it may have on Maya's health.

The story is told primarily through Cat's perspective, although the animation makes it easier for readers to recognize how characters are feeling or reacting from a more generalized perspective. In this way, the novel does give an impression of omniscience, even though Cat is leading the story.

The author offers the reader insight into the cultural significance of the día de los muertos celebrations. It introduces the celebration to Cat and Maya and, perhaps, the reader. The book also suggests the existence of the supernatural, with ghosts and the spirits returning. This suggests an ideology that supports an afterlife...

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