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Meg Cabot Writing Styles in Valentine Princess: A Princess Diaries Book

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Point of View

The Valentine Princess by Meg Cabot is written in the first person narrative. The point of view of the story is that of a sixteen-year-old girl who also happens to be a princess. This book is one in a long series of books known as The Princess Diaries a popular series among young teen girls. Writing from the perspective of a young girl, the story showcases a young girl's vulnerability, naivete and immaturity factors to which the young readers no doubt relate.

The book is an epistolary written in a diary format. Using this structure, the reader is able to understand the agony that Mia is going through as she struggles with how best to deal with Valentine's Day. Although some of Mia's friends think that the day is passe, Mia's romantic nature shows through since she is determined to express her feelings for her boyfriend...

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This section contains 978 words
(approx. 4 pages at 300 words per page)
Purchase our Valentine Princess: A Princess Diaries Book Study Guide
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