The Scarlet Pimpernel

what was marguerites point of view in the story

what was her reasons for her behavoir or conflicts that let this point of view

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THe book is written in third person omniscient so Marguerite's point of view is seen through our narrator. Still what we do know is that when she marries Percy Blakeney, no one's quite sure what she's thinking. She has spirit and is passionate about her family (her brother Armand St. Just becomes a factor in this) and about her country. Since Percy is considered a dull turkey and she a renowned socialite, the consensus is that she's married down. But she discovers her husband's secret identity and we see her husband's heroism through her eyes.