Point of view

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Point of view refers to the perceptual viewpoint of a narrator.
  
 
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The point of view can be likened to both [[perspective]] and [[focalization].  Point of view describes the position from which the events in a story are narrated; the perceptions and conceptions of whomever's point of view is featured controls the way a narrative is presented to an audience.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:18, 6 June 2008

Point of view refers to the perceptual viewpoint of a narrator.

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Definition

The point of view can be likened to both perspective and [[focalization]. Point of view describes the position from which the events in a story are narrated; the perceptions and conceptions of whomever's point of view is featured controls the way a narrative is presented to an audience.

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