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Ingrid Law Writing Styles in Savvy

Ingrid Law
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Style

Point of View

The point of view in this novel is first person, from the viewpoint of Mibs, the main character. Since the story is about Mibs and her family and about Mibs' journey into being a teenager, this point of view is vital to the story. Without being able to know Mib's inner thoughts, the book would be unable to really show her struggle between being a child and being a young woman. Additionally, Mibs is able to report on how others feel as a result of her savvy, which makes it possible to hear and see the inner motives of other characters as well. The emotional growth of Mibs is a vital component to her development into young adulthood, and the first person view allows readers to see and be a part of this emotional development.

Mibs' character is an honest narrator, in that Mibs is shown...

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