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Stephenie Meyer Writing Styles in Twilight

Stephenie Meyer
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Point of View

This book is consistently in first person point of view, and that person is the narrator, Isabella Swan, commonly called Bella. She is only sixteen but her point of view reveals someone who is a good deal older, because she is very aware of other people, including their perceptions and needs. Because she is aware of others, she is able to translate what is going on pretty well from the points of view of others. For example, she explains by observation that Edward seems to loathe her when the first meet each other. Edward glares at her and leans as far away as possible in Biology class. However, later, when she gets to know Edward, he explains that she smells unbearably attractive to him. In this way, the reader gets a thorough view of someone else's view as it is explained to Bella.

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