3rd Six Weeks Homework Project
Point of view
- First person point of view
A story told from the first person point of view involves the narrator as part of the story, and usually features the following pronouns: I, me, mine, our, we, us, etc.
-Second PersonVery rare in literature, this point of view treats the reader as the main character in the story. Other characters refer to the reader as "you."
-Third Person Point of View
Third person point of view is told by a narrator who is not part of the story and generally uses pronouns such as: he, she, it, they, them, him, her, its, etc.
-Third Person Omniscient
“Omniscient” means all-knowing. If a person is all-knowing, he or she knows the thoughts and feelings of everybody.
-Third Person Limited
Third person limited is similar to the omniscient point of view, but it is a limited viewpoint. The narrator only knows the thoughts and feelings of one character.