Meg Cabot Writing Styles in Jinx

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"Jinx" is written from a first person perspective. The author tells the story through Jean's eyes and reader is privy to her thoughts, reasoning, emotions and bodily sensations. As a result, the reader is able to immediately gain a feel for the type of person Jean is, the way she thinks and feels about herself and the reasons as to why she has the perspective on life that she has. Jean's perspective offers an insight into her insecurities however this provides the reader with a sense of who Jean truly is. Additionally, her sense of humor and use of sarcasm is displayed through her perspective. Because Jean and the reader learn about the plot simultaneously, Jean's perspective and ability to make keen observations offers the reader several interpretations about the behaviors and intentions of others. Overall throughout the story, the reader is able to easily experience...

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