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Tamora Pierce Writing Styles in Young Warriors: Stories of Strength

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Style

Point of View

The point of view is different for each story in the book.

The Gift of Rain Mountain is told in the first person by Mactun, the main character.

The Magestone is told in the third-person and omniscient. The reader is able to hear the thoughts of the two main characters as the point of view changes from that of Fare to that of Neesha.

Eli and The Dybbuk is told in the third-person and limited. The reader is able to hear the thoughts of Eli, the main character.

Heartless is told in the third-person and limited. The reader is able to hear the thoughts of Ada, the main character.

Lioness is told in the third person and limited. The reader is able to hear the thoughts of Amantari, "Tari", the main character.-

Thunderbolt is told in the first person by Helen, the main character.

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