One of the most important stylistic choices you make when writing a novel or a short story is how you deal with point of view. The narration of a novel is always told in a specific point of view: first person, second person, or third person. The same story told from a different point of view is a different story because the reader experiences it differently.
Here’s an overview of points of view, and how to choose which one to use for a novel or short story.
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