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Point of View: Describes the relationship of the narrator to the story. In other words, who is seeing and telling the story.
3 Most Common Types : 1.First Person : the story is told by one of the characters in his or her own words— uses the pronoun “I.” N
2. Third Person Limited : the story is told by one of the characters and uses the pronouns “he” or “she” N
3. Third Person Omniscient: an “all- knowing” narrator tells the story—the narrator reveals the thoughts of several characters and uses the pronouns “he” and “she.” N
It is the voice of the story.
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How the story is told. Narrative A narrative is a story Narratives have characters, settings, a plot, dialogue, and a narrator A narrator tells the story.
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Definition: The perspective from which the story is told.
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