Avi (author) Writing Styles in Midnight Magic

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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person point of view. The main character, Fabrizio, is the focus of this narration. Fabrizio tells the story of the investigation into the haunting of Princess Teresina and his own role in that investigation. As the novel progresses, the reader sees through Fabrizio's eyes everything that happens, a story that is enhanced by Fabrizio's own opinions and emotions.

The point of view of this novel is appropriate to the plot because it shows the story exclusively through the eyes of Fabrizio. For this reason, the reader comes to appreciate that Fabrizio is the true hero of the story because it is his investigation and his clever actions that brings the plot to a happy conclusion. The point of view is also appropriate because it lacks some of the complications of a multi-character view point that appears in other novels...

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