What Is 3rd Person Narrative?

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A 3rd person narrative is the most widely used narration mode in literature. It is characterised by the narrator identifying each character in the story as 'he', 'she', 'it' or 'they'.
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1. First, let's start with the 3rd person part. Writing 3rd person requires that you use words like, "he" "she" "it" "they." What you will
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A 3rd person narrator is not a figure in the story, but an "observer" outside of the
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When you do 3rd person you are refering to your self as a person and saying your name versus saying me. Like say my name is Heather and you say Heather wants milk instead of saying
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it could be a 3rd person narrative where the story follows one person, with their emotions a stuff, but if thy r in one room, they wouldnt be able to hear a conversation in another
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