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Points of View
Point of View
Determining the Different Types of Points of View
Point of View: Second-Person
Point of View: First-Person
The position of the narrator in relation
to the story
Authors use point of view to try to establish the tone and the personality of their writing.
Readers determine the point of view by how the words are used.
First person point of view is when they speak for themselves, or about themselves.
The Second-Person point of view is rare but interesting. The author uses words such as you and your. They seem to speak directly towards the reader.
Third Person Omniscient is where you can hear all the thoughts of every character.
In limited, the reader is alone aware of one characters thoughts and feelings.
How They're Used
The objective point of view is to tell what happens without stating more than can be inferred from the stories in action and in dialogue.
Why Authors use Point of View
Eleven "Today I wish I was one hundred and two instead of eleven because if I was one hundred and two I'd have known what to say when Mrs. Price put the red sweater on my desk."
Eleven: "You open your eyes and everything's just like yesterday, only it's today."
Anna Karenina: "Exactly at midnight, when Anna was still sitting at her desk finishing a letter to Dolly, she heard the measured steps of slippered feet, and Alexei Alexandrovich, washed and combed, a book under his arm, came up to her. "It's time, it's time," he said with a special smile, and went into the bedroom."
In objective, the facts are reported by seemingly neutral personal
First Person Q
Third-Person Limited Q
Acknowledgments and Credits
Eleven: "This is when I wish I wasn't eleven, because all the years inside of me-ten, nine, eight, seven, six...are pushing at the back of my eyes..."
LOTR; Return of the King: "Gandalf passed now into the wide land beyond the Rammas Echor. So the men of Gondor called the out-wall that they had built with great labour, after Ithilien fell under the shadow of their Enemy. "
Addison and Devin's Brains'
What different word's do authors' use in First-Person?
Authors' use different words such as I, me, my, us, ect.
Do lots of authors use second-person point of view?
Whats the difference between Third-Person Objective and Omniscient?
Third-person objective differs from third-person omniscient in that the narrator is emotionally distanced from the characters.
How do I know it's omniscient?
What is the point of view when I only know parts of peoples story?