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Victoria Aveyard Writing Styles in Red Queen

Victoria Aveyard
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Point of View

Victoria Aveyard tells her novel “Red Queen” in the first-person limited-omniscient perspective from the point of view of main character and principal protagonist, Mare. The first-person narrative allows the reader to follow events as they unfold directly related to Mare. The reader is given intimate glimpses into Mare’s innermost thoughts and feelings, which in turn help to explain her actions in the novel. For example, when she attempts to sway Cal to betray the king, she thinks about how she is trying to manipulate him. Her thoughts become intrinsic to explaining the process as it unfolds. The limited-omniscient aspect of the narrative adds a sense of suspense and drama, as the reader only learns and discovers things in real time as Mare learns and discovers them.

Language and Meaning

Victoria Aveyard tells her novel “Red Queen” in language that is simple and straightforward. This...

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