Holly Black Writing Styles in White Cat

Holly Black
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Point of View

"White Cat" is told in first person from the point of view of Cassel Sharpe, the main character of the story. Cassel is a teenage boy who, despite the fantastical elements of his life, is easily relatable to by the reader. Cassel wrestles with some extraordinary things, like the guilt of having killed someone, and the magical powers of his family and his enemies, and eventually his own magical powers as well. However, Cassel also faces issues that many readers can understand. He comes from a broken home in which his father has died and his mother is absent. He feels abandoned and ignored. He feels like he has no one to talk to or to turn to when he has problems. He also finds it hard to make friends at school and has severe trust issues. He worries about being 'normal' without realizing how normal...

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