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Coraline is told in the third person limited perspective and focuses on Coraline who is the main character. The story is told by an unnamed narrator who gives insight into Coraline's mindset.
Coraline is told in the past perfect tense.
Coraline bases its title on the main character of the story who is a young girl named Coraline. The title is also very important to the theme of the book because everyone around Coraline forgets her name. The author's use of Coraline's name in the title is a very strong contextual symbol that she is finally noticed.
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