The Princess Diaries Setting & Symbolism

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The author employs the literary conceit that the novel is actually the main character's diary. The diary is worked into the storyline, as Mia carries it everywhere she goes. At the high school dance, when her clutch purse is too tiny to accommodate the diary, Mia has her bodyguard carry it for her.

Albert Einstein is the name of Mia's high school, where she is currently a freshman.

Grandmire's summer home in France, where Mia spends all her summers, is called Miragnac.

Mia's home is an artist's loft in Greenwich Village, where she and her mother, a painter, have lived for as long as Mia can remember.

Mia and her dad enter into a written agreement that allows her to complete her high school education at the Albert Einstein School in exchange for Mia's voluntary participation in fulfilling her new duties as princess of Genovia.

Lilly Tells It Like It Is

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