Meg Cabot Writing Styles in Princess in the Spotlight

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Point of View

"Princess in the Spotlight" is told from the first person point of view of Amelia (Mia) Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo. Mia is both the main character and narrator of the story. The novel is written in the form of a journal kept by Mia during a 12-day period in her freshman year of high school. Because this is a journal the only appropriate point of view is the first person point of view.

The story is told through exposition. Again, this is the only appropriate form for a story that is told in the form of a journal. Although Mia does include the content of some conversations in her entries, the conversations aren't actually taking place as she is recording them. This form is most appropriate to keep the reader focused on Mia and her thoughts about and reactions to what is happening to her.

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