Juliet Marillier Writing Styles in Wildwood Dancing

Juliet Marillier
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Point of View

The story is presented in first person from the limited perspective of Jena. The first-person presentation puts the reader in Jena's mind, meaning her thoughts, fears, and hopes are part of the story. When Jena is worried about her sisters, that fear is made clear to the reader. When Jena hopes Costi will forgive her, that hope is also made clear. The limited perspective is necessary for the twists that occur within the story. The fact that Gogu is a bewitched young man seems a possibility but Jena doesn't learn that until he is changed back. Jena's fear of Costi upon his return is prompted by the vision Anastasia showed her. Jena has no reason to mistrust the vision which means the reader is led to believe the vision is correct. The limited perspective also means the reader doesn't know the whole story about the encounter...

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