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Praxis II 0014 R/LAa

Praxis II 0014 Narrative Components

Point of View (POV) who is telling the story or what angle the story is being told from. The POV impacts readers response to the story and the characters. There are five basic POVs: objective, third person first person, omniscient, limited omniscient
Objective (POV) the story is told through actions and dialogue; the reader must infer what the characters think and fell. The narrator is a detached observers
Third Person (POV) the story is told through outside voice (the narrator is not one of the characters) but informs the reader how the characters feel
First Person (POV) the story is told through and inside voice (the narrator is participation in the story as a character). The reader recieves information from a narrator who is directly involved in the action , and the narrator may or may not be reliable or trustworthy
Omniscient (POV) the story is told be a narrator who is all knowing and knows everything about all characters (inner thoughts included)
Limited Omniscient (POV) the story is told by a narrator whose knowledge is limited to knowing all inner thoughts of one character (minor or major)
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