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Point of VIew
Transcript of Point of VIew
The narrator is a character in the story.
The author uses personal pronouns such as:
I, we, me, my, our.
We learn about the narrator's thoughts, actions and feelings.
Narrator is not a character in the story.
The author uses third person pronouns such as:
he, him, she, her, they, them
Narrator may tell the story from one character's vantage point.
If you asked the kids and the teachers at Lincoln Elementary School to make three lists- all the really bad kids, all the really smart kids, and all the really good kids- Nick Allen would not be on any of them. Nick deserved a list all his own, and everyone knew it.
Was Nick a troublemaker? Hard to say. One thing's for sure: Nick Allen had plenty of ideas, and he knew what to do with them.
by Andrew Clements
Point of View
Who tells the story.
a character or a narrator.
"I'll give you five bucks if you get a hit right now, Stoshack," our shortstop Greg Horwitz yelled to me. "I'm late for my soccer game.
I wiped my nose on my sleeve and knocked the dirt off my cleats. Yeah, I was going to get a hit. I could feel it in my bones. And we needed on pretty badly.
Shoeless Joe and Me
by Dan Gutman