Alice Dalgliesh Writing Styles in The Courage of Sarah Noble

Alice Dalgliesh
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Point of View

The point of view in this book is third person omniscient, with a focus on the character of Sarah Noble. The reader is treated to the interior thoughts of all of the major characters, but central are the thoughts and fears of Sarah Noble as she deals with situations and events that ask her to act with a maturity beyond her years. From this point of view the reader sees Sarah as she struggles to overcome her fear and prejudices, and sees her willingness to try new things and engage in an understanding of the people she has encountered.

Language and Meaning

The language of the book is geared toward those who are just entering into reading chapter books. The language is kept simple, providing many contextual clues for words that may be unfamiliar to younger readers. Those unfamiliar with early pioneers or the historical...

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