Noelle Stevenson Writing Styles in Nimona

Noelle Stevenson
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Point of View

Noelle Stevenson tells her novel “Nimona” without a narrator, using illustrations, actions, and the words of the characters themselves to drive the story. The reader becomes a constant observer of all things that occur in the novel, being able to see the things characters do and say firsthand. There is no middle-man, no narration between the reader and the story. This allows the reader to have a firsthand and personal look at the words and deeds of the characters, and allows for tremendous character development. As a result, in some way, the novel is told from the point of view of each of the three main characters themselves – Nimona, Ballister, and Goldenloin. This allows the reader to truly understand each character, and where they are coming from.

Language and Meaning

Though Noelle Stevenson tells her novel “Nimona” without a narrator, the language employed by her...

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