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The Top 4 Types of Point of View for Writing a Novel

  1. 1. Thewww.Writania.com
  2. 2. www.Writania.com Does your reader know What are the top POVs used in novel writing?
  3. 3. www.Writania.com First Person Point of View Allows only 1 perspective - The story teller’s. They can .
  4. 4. www.Writania.comIt’s often used when the .
  5. 5. www.Writania.com This allows more characters to reveal what they think and feel. Can be used with either a 3rd person singular or multiple perspective.
  6. 6. www.Writania.com It to the story because other characters are heard from. The writer must be clear on “who’s talking now”.
  7. 7. www.Writania.com Narrator can only describe things that can be outwardly heard or seen.
  8. 8. www.Writania.com This allows the narrator to .
  9. 9. The story is told by a third person whowww.Writania.com but is not part of it.
  10. 10. A to to whosewww.Writania.com .
  11. 11. What matters is that ;www.Writania.com
  12. 12. For more tips and information on writing novels, www.Writania.com

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