There are many elements to a story and you have learned quite a few of the terms this year. Your assignment today is on 'POINTS OF VIEW'. Read the following and complete #1-3.
POINT OF VIEW (POV):
a.) First Person POV - In a first-person narrative the story is told by a narrator who is also a character within the story, so that the narrator reveals the plot by referring to this viewpoint character as "I" (or, when plural, "we").
b.) Second Person POV - second-person narrative mode, in which the narrator refers to one of the characters as "you", therefore making the audience member feel as if he or she is a character within the story.
c.) Third Person POV - In the third-person narrative mode, each and every character is referred to by the narrator as "he", "she", "it", or "they", but never as "I" or "we" (first-person), or "you" (second-person).
1.) Read the notes and make sure you understand the different 'POINTS OF VIEW'.
2.) Decide which point of view the author uses in the novel and explain why you chose it.
2.) Give an example from the novel where the author uses the point of view that you chose.