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point of view. pOINT OF VIEW. The perspective from which the story is told OR Who is narrating. 1 ST PERSON. Told from the perspective of a single character. This character refers to themselves as “I.”

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pOINT OF VIEW
  • The perspective from which the story is told

OR

  • Who is narrating
1 st person
1ST PERSON
  • Told from the perspective of a single character.
  • This character refers to themselves as “I.”
  • The narrator IS the main character, and obviously knows all of this characters thoughts and feelings.
1 st person example
1st person example
  • “Most kids wake up early on Saturday to watch cartoons or whatever, but not me. The only reason I get out of bed at all on the weekends is because eventually, I can’t stand the taste of my own breath anymore,” –Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
3 rd person limited
3rd person limited
  • The book follows the experiences a single character who is not the narrator.
  • The narrator refers to this central character using their name or saying he or she.
  • The narrator may or may not know the thoughts and feeling of this character, but will definitely not know anyone else’s.
3 rd person limited example
3rd person limited example
  • “Brian could not at first leave the fire. It was so precious to him, so close and sweet a thing, the yellow and red flames brightening the dark interior of the shelter, the happy crackle of the dry wood as it burned, that he could not leave it,” –Hatchet by Gary Paulsen.
3 rd person omniscient
3rd Person Omniscient
  • The story does not follow any individual character.
  • The experiences of many characters are told.
  • The narrator may or may not know the thoughts and feelings of a variety of characters.
3 rd person omniscient example
3rd person omniscient example
  • “Cluny, Ragear and Shadow padded noiselessly towards Redwall. This was such an important mission that Cluny had decided to come along and supervise it personally. Ragear ambled proudly along, thrilled that he had been specially picked to accompany his Chief on such a vital task,” –Redwall by Brian Jacques