Chris Colfer Writing Styles in The Wishing Spell

Chris Colfer
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Point of View

The novel is related from the third-person point omniscient point of view. The focus of this point of view switches back and forth equally between Conner and his twin sister Alex. This allows the reader to get an intimate look at the way both of the twins react to the events around them. This shows the unique differences in the twins in terms of their strengths and weaknesses. It also shows that although they do have these differences, they still are very much alike.

Language and Meaning

As a children’s novel based on fairy tales, the language of the narrative is very simple and easy to understand. Although there is a great deal of imagery, it is not the focal point within the novel. The majority of the novel is carried out through the use of dialogue and action. The author puts more emphasis...

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