Victoria Aveyard Writing Styles in King's Cage

Victoria Aveyard
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Point of View

The novel is narrated by Mare, Cameron, and Evangeline, indicated by chapter headings. All three characters narrate in the first person present tense, relying heavily on inner monologue as well as external dialogue. Each narrator offers the reader a different perspective on the events of the novel, and Evangeline’s chapters in particular offer unique insight into the Silver elite that is not offered by Mare or Cameron.

Language and Meaning

Language in King’s Cage is straight-forward and simple. The three narrators have similar language use, varying only in the number of expletives used – Cameron uses words such as “ass” throughout her narration, while Mare and Evangeline refrain from using slang. The novel contains several words unique to the Red Queen mythos, particularly those used to describe newblood and Silver abilities. For Silvers, these include nouns like magnetron, burner, nymph, strongarm, and windweaver. For...

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