First-person point-of-view

IB English A: Language & Literature: First-person point-of-view

When a narrator is included in his or her story, we refer to a form known as the first-person point-of-view. It is the "I" perspective. This is not to say that the first-person narrator is always the main character of the story, even though this is often the case. Sometimes the narrator observes the main character from a close distance. This is called observer narration, which can be seen in the following passage...


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