Marie McSwigan Writing Styles in Snow Treasure

Marie McSwigan
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Point of View

The point of view of this story is third person, omniscient. The primary focus is on a young boy named Peter Lundstrom. The reader learns about the war and how it has reached Norway, and why the country felt compelled to clandestinely send their money out of the country using their children as couriers. The reader is privvy to mostly Peter's interior thoughts, but Helga, Mrs. Lundstrom, and Victor are also given some attention.

Language and Meaning

The language and meaning in this book is not such that a reluctant reader would engage or enjoy it. While the story is enjoyable and suspenseful, it is written in the language that would have been used in the early fifties and sixties, utilizing phrases, words, and inferences that would have been expected in the fifties but are completely out of place in the modern world. Likewise, the...

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