Lauren Weisberger Writing Styles in The Devil Wears Prada

Lauren Weisberger
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Point of View

The Devil Wears Prada is written in the first person, from the point of view of the main character, Andrea Sachs. This is helpful to the reader as it gives insight into the thoughts and feelings of Andrea during the year that she works at Runway Magazine. Andrea goes through many emotional moments and changes quite a bit during the novel and being able to see and understand things via her directly allows one to get a sense of the feelings that war within Andrea during this time.

The novel is very descriptive and there are many portions of dialogue as well. The descriptive passages give the reader a sense of the two worlds that Andrea lives in. Though Andrea grows up in an average middle class family in a normal middle class neighborhood, she becomes part of the glamor and excitement of the New York...

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