Meg Cabot Writing Styles in Princess in Pink

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Point of View

Princess in Pink is an epistolary novel written from the point of view of a first person, limited narrator. The point of view is reliable. The type of point of view is verified by the fact that the narrative is limited to Mia's thoughts and feelings which is significant since the novel is compiled as Mia's journal. The use of this point of view is important because it maintains the focus on Mia and the problems that arise in her life which come largely from being part of the royal family of Genovia but also from being a typical teenager.

The novel is written using mostly exposition which is appropriate since the novel is supposed to be part of Mia's journal. The small amount of dialogue that is used is actually Mia's recollection of conversations she has. This distribution is useful because it maintains the focus...

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