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Meg Cabot Writing Styles in Princess in Waiting

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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view, from the perspective of main character, Amelia Thermopolis. The novel swings back and forth between the present and the past. The present represents the time after Mia becomes a princess. The past represents the time leading up her finding out she is a princess.

The point of view of this novel is intimate, allowing a reader to connect closely with the main character, Mia. The book written in this manner allows the reader to get inside Mia's head, thoughts, and inner struggles because the novel is composed of Mia's journal entries. The reader cares what happens to the narrator. The point of view also allows the author to inject her own opinions into the narration and to expand on the events taking place around the other characters and the occurrences taking place.

Setting

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