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Copy of Point of View

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Stacey Howard

on 28 January 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Point of View

First-Person Point of View The narrator is a character in the story who describes things from his/her own perspective and refers to himself as "I" Third-Person Limited
Point of View The narrator is not a character in the
story but can describe the thoughts of only one person. Third-Person Omniscient
Point of View The narrator is not one of the characters but can describe the thoughts of every character in the story. Point of View The perspective in which the story is told. Who is telling the story--either a character or an outside narrator I walked down the street. I picked up the phone. I know Ms. Rippey is a nice teacher. He went to the store. The dog barked extremely loud. Ms. Rippey gave the whole class A's. What point of view is this told from? What point of view is this told from? Third Person Omniscient Point of View First Person Point of View What point of view is the text told from? Third Person Limited Point of View second person point of view Narrator directs the story towards the reader.
"You did this!" You should go to the Dixie Classic Fair! "Nate leaned backed in his seat and put his hands behind his neck. He saw Lucy raising her hand. He knew that she was always answering every question and he felt she must really be smart!" You are walking down a dark hallway. You here a noise. You turn around.
You start running back towards the exit. You trip over something. Second Person Point of View What point of view is the text told from?
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