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Third Person Point of View

Hey All!

It’s Sumbal. If I had to chose a favorite POV for a narrative, it would have to be third person point of view. I am most familiar with it, and it is very familiar to most readers. I wanted to show my students that the readers will sometimes know more than the characters. The example was of a girl being chased by a wolf. We the viewers know where the girl is, but the wolf does not.

 

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