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Point of View The perspective from which a story is told
First Person Point of View –The person telling the story is experiencing the story first hand –Use of pronouns like I, me, we, us
Third Person Limited –The narrator knows everything about one particular character –Use of pronouns like he, she, they, them
Third Person Omniscient –The narrator is able to see into the minds and actions of all characters –Use of pronouns like he, she, they
Objective Point of View –Narrator only describes what can be seen, heard, smelled, felt like a newspaper reporter
It is the voice of the story.
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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.
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