Tamora Pierce Writing Styles in Trickster's Choice

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Point of View

Tamora Pierce tells her novel "Trickster's Choice" from the point of view of the third-person and omniscient narrative. Since the world in which Aly lives, and her adventures take place, is one of fantasy, and because of the vast lands, beliefs, and people who populate the novel, the third-person omniscient works best. This allows Pierce the ability to tell her readers of everything that is essential or important to the plot, rather than letting one character narrate and perhaps omit more important pieces of information that the character might not deem necessary to relate.

Setting

Tamora Pierce chooses to set her novel "Trickster's Choice" in a fantasy world that comprises the Kingdom of Tortall, and the island nation of the Copper Isles. Because the world which Tamora writes about is populated by magical people and interfering gods, a fantastical world makes for a much more solid...

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