Barbara Robinson Writing Styles in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

Barbara Robinson
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Point of View

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is told in the first person with an unnamed narrator telling the story. The author does not specifically state that the narrator is a girl, but clues within the text provide that information. The most obvious one is that Alice hopes the narrator will not be playing Mary, the mother of Jesus. The narrator is also a classmate of Imogene Herdman, the second oldest of the rowdy clan. This puts her in a good position to know what is going on with the Herdmans in both the school and the town. She knows the history of all the bad things the Herdmans have done at school, and she is a reliable source of information. She is also the daughter of the woman who gets put in charge of running the pageant this particular year. This also puts her in a...

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