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I found this informative and inspiring. I usually always write in first person. But when I am daydreaming or just unoccupied, ideas pop into my head and expand into scene after scene, fleshing out into almost an entire movie with settings and dialogue-and I never write them down. I feel challenged to take up a different perspective in my writing, which I have never had the courage to share publicly until now.

The Daily Post

“Point of view” or “narrative mode” describes the pronouns used when writing a story. At the most basic level, the points of view can be broken down as follows:

POVPronouns
First personI, we
Second personyou
Third personhe, she, it, they

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