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Stephenie Meyer Writing Styles in New Moon

Stephenie Meyer
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Style

Point of View

"New Moon" is written in the first person, from 18-year-old Bella Swan's point of view. Bella may describe flashes of things she sees, dreams that make no sense and situations she does not understand, but she describes them as she sees them. Many times, something that Bella sees or experiences is not clarified until later in the book. The reader may pick up hints or figure out the scene ahead of time, but events are not described clearly until they are clear to Bella. She has to understand before she will offer the reader an explanation. Some events are explained through the quotes of other characters. These are explanations that Bella could not possibly come up with herself, and therefore, require the assistance of another character.

Setting

The home base of "New Moon" is the town of Forks, Washington, where Bella's single dad lives. Bella attends...

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