Marc Levy Writing Styles in P.S. From Paris

Marc Levy
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Point of View

The novel is written from the perspective of an omniscient third person narrator. The narrator sticks closely to Mia and Paul, the main characters, for the most part. This allows the two characters to be brought together in the eye of the reader before they actually meet. The narrator reveals similarities and connections between them before they eventually meet in Chapter 7. Thus, the reader sees all the ways in which these two people might complement one another before the two of them meet.

Occasionally, the point of view slips outside of the main characters, and we are given insight into side characters. Lauren and Arthur are in scenes without Paul, and we see the two of them discussing Paul’s happiness and whether or not his relationship with Mia is friendship or something more. This allows the novel to have a bit wider scope. It...

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