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Point of View

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Amber Nieto

on 22 July 2013

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Transcript of Point of View

POINT OF VIEW

Objective: To identify point of view in fiction and analyze how the story and a reader's thoughts are affected by point of view.
FIRST PERSON
Is told through one of the main characters. Includes the thoughts and perspectives of that character.
SECOND PERSON
The narrator speaks directly to the reader through the text making the reader a part of the story.

THIRD PERSON
OMNISCENT
The narrator is all-knowing. He has knowledge of the thoughts and feelings of many or all of the characters.
THIRD PERSON LIMITED
Includes the thoughts and feelings of only one main character.
(or limited number)
KEY IDENTIFIERS
I, WE, ME, US, OUR
KEY IDENTIFIERS
YOU
** This point of view is the least used in fiction writing. Mainly used in instructional material.
KEY IDENTIFIERS
HE, SHE, IT, THEY, THEM
KEY IDENTIFIERS
HE, SHE, IT, THEY, THEM
THIRD PERSON OBJECTIVE
Narrator can only describe what is seen/heard. The narrator can not "get inside" a character's head.
Example:
As I strolled into the store, I was shocked to see Mary working there.
Example:
As you strolled into the store, you saw Mary working there.
Example
:
As she strolled into the store, Jane was shocked to see Mary working there.
Mary wished Jane would just go away, as her embarrassment grew with each step Jane took.
Example:
As she strolled into the store, Jane was shocked to see Mary working there.
Example:
As she walked into the store, Jane saw Mary working there.
(Narrative Perspective)
KEY IDENTIFIERS
HE, SHE, IT, THEY, THEM
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