Saturday, 16 November 2013


The first person point of view explained simply is a point of view from which the narrator tells his or her story for readers to see, hear and feel the roles of the characters in a story. 'I' or 'We', 'Me-my-mine' are used to narrate the story. The narrator may not be a major character in the story but an observer and it is from his/her perspective that readers get to know what is taking place in the events and story. It is left for the reader to decipher the truth in the story he/she is narrating. I hope a touched a little of what you are looking for. Additions are welcomed.