Types of Point of view
Terms in this set (5)
first person narrator
a narrator, referred to as "I,"who is a character in the story and relates the actions through his or her own perspective, also revealing his or her own thoughts
stream of consciousness
like a first person narrator, but instead placing the reader inside the character's head, making the reader privy to the continuous, chaotic flow of disconnected, half-formed thoughts and impressions in the character's mind.
third person narrator, referred to as "he," "she," or "they," who is able to see into each character's mind and understands all the action.
a third person narrator who reports the thoughts of only one character and generally only what that one character sees.
a third person narrator who only reports what would be visible to a camera. thoughts and feelings are only revealed if a character speaks of them.
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