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Point of View - Third Objective, Limited (Subjective), and Omnisicient
Terms in this set (6)
Third person objective
The narrator does not describe thoughts or emotions of any character.
Third person limited (also called "third person subjective)
The narrator describes (or knows) the thoughts and emotions of only ONE character.
Third person omniscient
The narrator describes (or knows) the thoughts of more than one character.
She is thinking to herself that I already forgot her lie.
Example of third person limited
All of the students filed into class. Some looked excited. Others looked tired.
Example of third person subjective
The workers wanted to go home. Sam was stressed about his paycheck. Nora wondered how her kindergartner did on his first day of school. Jonathon needed a snack as soon as possible.
Example of third person omniscient
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