Diane Duane Writing Styles in High Wizardry

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Point of View

High Wizardry by Diane Duane is a novel written in the first person perspective. The story is narrated by one character at a time, switching between sisters Nita and Dairine Callahan, who are the main characters of this story. The author switches from one narrator to the other, beginning with Nita. The chapters alternate perspective almost all the way through the novel. In the first chapter, Nita is introduced, and it is from her perspective that the reader is introduced to the Callahan family, and to Nita's best friend Kit. The second chapter is told from Dairine's perspective and reveals her discovery of Nita's wizard oath. Although she doesn't understand it all, she reads it aloud anyway. The next chapter returns the reader to Nita's perspective, and shows the reader a little more of the dynamics that exist between the two sisters, showing Dairine to be...

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