J. K. Rowling Writing Styles in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

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Point of View

This novel is written in the third person, primarily from Harry Potter's perspective.

Setting

The setting for the novel cannot, for the most part, be found on any map: Hogsmeade is though one of Europe's oldest wizarding communities and Hogwart's, a school for generations of witches and wizards, appears as a shabby building to ordinary Muggles.

Language and Meaning

This novel was initially published in English and is being translated into other languages.

Structure

The book is divided into 30 chapters: The Other Minister, Spinner's End, Will and Won't, Horace Slughorn, An Excess of Phlegm, Draco's Detour, The Slug Club, Snape Victorious, The Half-Blood Prince, The House of Gount, Hermione's Helping Hand, Silver and Opals, The Secret Riddle, Felix Felicis, The Unbreakable Vow, A Very Frosty Christmas, A Sluggish Memory, Birthday Surprises, Elf Tails, Lord Voldemort's Request, The Unknowable Room, After the Burial, Horcruxes, Sectumsempra, The Seer...

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