Each story is told from a particular point of view, or perspective.
First-person POV The narrator is a character. Uses first-person pronouns such as I, me, we, and us. BE CAREFUL….just because you see first person pronouns does not necessarily mean it’s first-person POV.
Second-person POV Refers to the reader. Comprised of mainly imperative sentences. EX: textbooks, manuals, how-to books/pamphlets, etc.
Third-person POV The narrator is NOT a character Third person pronouns are used such as he, she, they, and them. BE CAREFUL…just because you see these pronouns being used, does NOT necessarily mean it’s third- person POV
Third-person Omniscient Define “omniscient” Narrator relays thoughts and feelings of several or all the characters
Third-person Limited The narrator relays the thoughts and feelings of only one character.