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Point Of View

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Casey Kim

on 30 October 2012

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Transcript of Point Of View

First Person Point Of View Third Person Limited Omniscient Point Of View Third Person Omniscient Point Of View Types Of Point Of View It is a point of view in which a character tells the story from his/her perspective and thus "I" and "We" are used as the narrator. It is a method of storytelling in which the author tells the reader the thoughts and feelings of only one character. It is a method of storytelling in which every character's perspectives, thoughts, and feelings are revealed. FIRST PERSON THIRD PERSON LIMITED OMNISCIENT THRID PERSON OMNISCIENT THIRD PERSON OBJECTIVE Illy Nam, Casey Kim, Kerry Lu, Michelle Shang Ex) Story: "Broken" by Jordan Grumet.
",,,I remember the day clearly: Not only was I on call, but I was assigned to the chief resident's team. I felt petrified,,,"


Movie: Cloverfield Third Person Objective Point Of View Ex) Story: Miss Brill
by Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923)


Movie: The Hunger Games Ex)Story:"The Story of An Hour"
By Kate Chopin


Movie: 50/50 It is a point of view in which the author reports the story as an observer. The reader gets to know what characters in a story see or do. Ex)Story: "The Lottery" By Shirley Jackson


Movie: Dead Poets Society
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