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It is the angle

of vision, that is,


the view from

POINTS OF VIEW
VZ which the people,
events, and details
of a story are
viewed.

It determines Reporter:
through whose June Eur M. Tolentino
perspective the story Professor:
is told. Dr. Llantos

Three major types of POV


FIRST PERSON THIRD PERSON LIMITED

 Autobiographical narration,  the narrator does not take


 The protagonist speaks part in the action of the
through the author who story as one of the
adopts the pronouns, ‘I’ and characters, but let the
‘We.’ audience know exactly how
the characters feel.
 Used as a way to directly
convey unspoken thoughts of  Each character is referred
the narrator. to by the narrator as ‘he’,
‘she’, ‘it’ or ‘they’.
 first person omniscient -
 It is essential that the
the narrator is a character
in the story, but also knows narrator be merely an
the thoughts and feelings of unspecified individual that
all the other characters. conveys the story,

OMNICIENT ADVANTAGES
 It allows a writer to be particularly
 The narrator plays no part in a clear as regards plot developments
story but is aware of all facts,  It deepens the reader’s understanding
including the character’s of the various aspects of the story.
thoughts. DISADVANTAGES
 It is the least capable of being  The story may seem too authoritarian
unreliable. and artificial.
 It suited to narrating complicated  The reader may lose sight of the
stories involving numerous
characters. central plot

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