Victoria Aveyard Writing Styles in Glass Sword

Victoria Aveyard
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Point of View

The novel is narrated in the first person present tense by Mare. Although her narration is exclusively present tense, she often reminisces on events of the past. The narration consists of dialogue and internal monologue, interspersed with individual thoughts marked with italics. Mare’s thoughts offer descriptions of events, settings, and characters, as well as insights into novel background that are not clear from dialogue. While the novel is very much focused on the meaning of events at large in Norta, it the novel focuses on Mare's story and the significance of her own internal and external changes. Therefore, the consistent use of Mare's perspective is integral to exploring the themes of Mare's story.

Language and Meaning

Language in the novel is straightforward and consistent between characters. The narrative contains several words specific to the Glass Sword universe, particularly those describing Silver abilities – including magnetron...

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