Ellis, Carson and Meloy, Colin Writing Styles in Wildwood (Wildwood Chronicles)

Ellis, Carson and Meloy, Colin
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Point of View

Wildwood is told by a narrator from the third person limited point of view. The narrator alternates between the two main characters, Prue and Curtis, in recounting their actions within the parallel story lines. Since Prue and Curtis are separated for the majority of the novel, it is important to know what is taking place with both characters at any given time and not lose track of where they are and what is happening to them. The alternating, yet parallel, story lines move each of them forward within the same time frame.

Because Prue and Curtis have varying experiences and meet different people, they also acquire different pieces of important information. Seeing the story unfold from each character's point of view, the reader receives the benefit of having both characters' insights about what is happening in the woods. In this way, the author provides the...

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