Holly Black Writing Styles in Lucinda's Secret

Holly Black
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Point of View

Lucinda's Secret is written from the point of view of a young boy who is learning about a Fantastical World from a Field Guide written by his Great-Great Uncle. The book is a letter from the children to the authors of the book telling them their adventures in the Fantastical World.

The viewpoint and opinions of Jared influence the descriptions and personalities of the characters, including his twin brother and older sister. Jared does not put a great deal of time into describing or analyzing his family. However, he does give detailed descriptions about the creatures from the fantastical world.

A novel written from the point of view of a child, does not have the amount of character development as one where the author describes people and their motives in depth.

Jared is more interested in his wants and needs and does not consider his siblings'...

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