Hale, Shannon Writing Styles in The Goose Girl (Books of Bayern)

Hale, Shannon
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Point of View

Goose Girl is told in the third-person limited point-of-view, though the narrator does occasionally pull back from Ani to tell the reader about things that have happened to her before, or what is going to happen in her future. However, the narrator follows Ani exclusively which hides Geric’s true identity and all of Selia’s plans. However, the focus is not only how Ani gets her crown back until the very last section. Instead, the author uses this point-of-view to explore the things Ani does not know and show her falling in love with Bayern and building a relationship with the workers. The reader feels all of Ani’s emotions and her reactions to the decisions of others, such as the queen, Selia, or Conrad. At the beginning and end of the novel, however, the book shifts to the narrator's point of view. In...

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