Richelle Mead Writing Styles in Vampire Academy

Richelle Mead
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Point of View

Vampire Academy is told in the first-person point of view, from the perspective of Rose. Though Lissa is an important character, and the one with the special spirit abilities that allow her to heal and sway minds, Rose is the protagonist of the story. She investigates Lissa's powers and learns to ask for help to deal with the fallout from those problems. She begins to grow up through her training and experiences in the novel.

Because the novel is from Rose's point of view, the reader can experience Rose's train of thought and impressions of what is going on. Rose matures throughout the novel. She has her own prejudices, such as those against the dhampir communes largely occupied by single mothers, and she only begins to learn that her thinking might be flawed, as when Dimitri tells Rose about his experiences growing up in such a...

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