Soman Chainani Writing Styles in The School For Good and Evil #2: A World Without Princes

Soman Chainani
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Point of View

Aside from a couple of scenes, the novel is only told from the third person point-of-view through the eyes of Sophie and Agatha. The author moves freely between the two depending on who has the most important information at the time. In Part One, however, the focus is mostly on Agatha until they reach the School for Good and Evil. Even then, the narrative only leaves Agatha’s point of view when Sophie is talking with the Dean, or when she discovers that Agatha has left for the Boy’s School and she must sneak in on her own. In Part Two, the point of view is more heavily shared between the two. This is especially true when Sophie takes on the guise of Filip and infiltrates the School for Boys. There, the point of view shifts multiple times within each chapter. There are three...

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