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Point of View

Quiz: POV Literary

From which point of view is the story, The Circuit, told from? First person point of view
Which character does the author use to tell the story? Panchito
What is California really like in the book? Pretty to look at but full of hard work
What makes school so hard for Panchito? Not knowing English.
How does Panchito support his mother at the beginning of the book? By taking care of his younger siblings.
What happens when Torito gets sick? The family cries, prays and takes care of each other.
If Tim wrote a story describing his interactions with Cassie and Rita, what point of view would he likely use? First person
Which point of view would be used in a novel that describes the deepest thoughts and feelings of a number of the characters? Third person omniscient
What effect would second person point of view have on a story? It would place the reader directly into the story.
Created by: Mrs. Hanish