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Point-of-viewthe perspective/ vantage point from which a story is told
First-person or participantthe story is told using the pronouns (I, me, my, we, us, our).
Stream of Consciousness (interior monologue)a narrative where the author tells the story through an unbroken flow of thought and awareness
Third-person point of viewuses the pronouns (he, him, she, her, they, and them) to tell the story
Omniscient narratorthe author can enter the minds of all characters
Limited or selective narratorthe author only enters the mind of a single character, and knows everything about that character
Objectivethe author does not enter a single mind, but instead records what can be seen and heard
Second personuses pronouns: you, your, yourself. The narrator or speaker talks directly to his or her audience and directly involves the reader in the story.

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