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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First-person_narrative

A first-person narrative is a mode of storytelling in which a narrator relays events from his or her .... Skilled writers choose to skew narratives, in keeping with the narrator's ... A rare form of first person is the first person omniscient, in which the narrator is a ... therefore he has most of the powers and knowledge of the author.

www.answers.com/Q/An_author_might_choose_a_third-person_narrator_because_that_type_of_narrator

I'm not sure if this is the answer you're looking for, but, an author might choose a first-person narrator to create a greater sense of intimacy between the narrator ...

www.enotes.com/homework-help/why-do-authors-choose-use-first-person-narrat-387986

Get an answer for 'Why do authors choose to use a first person narrator in ... As far as why one might want to use first person, it allows for self-deprecating humor. ... Plus, it has a tiny bit more detail, mostly because it happened to the speaker ...

bekindrewrite.com/2011/09/09/the-7-narrator-types-and-you-thought-there-were-only-two

Sep 9, 2011 ... This enables the writer to explore multiple facets of the story in depth. ... Usually first person, but occasionally third, an unreliable narrator has a flawed point of view. ..... I didn't list it because it's so rare (except in Choose Your Own .... This might fall under the detached narrator category but I don't think so, ...

www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/first-person-narrator

Jun 11, 2014 ... The first-person narrator is the deepest of deep POVs, which is what makes it so tricky. Here are three questions to consider before choosing your POV. ... as you can in first, because you can't get past the idea the author is telling the story. ... This type of first-person story creates the illusion of listening in to ...

penandthepad.com/authors-use-first-person-narrative-point-view-1697.html

First-person narration allows a character from the story to relate its events, creating a vivid ... First Person Point of View in Young Adult Fiction · Types of Narrative ... Authors select first-person narrators to give a reliable or unreliable picture of ...

www.reed.edu/english/courses/analyzinglit/narrator.html

What types of narrators are there? ... a FIRST PERSON narrator is an "I" ( occasionally a "we") who speaks from her/his subject position. ... A third-person narrator might be omniscient (ie, able to tell what all the characters are ... different from the author, and because the more we know about the narrator the better situated we ...

www.tarakharper.com/k_frstpr.htm

When everyone else wrote in first person, I wrote in third; when ... Because I've noticed that the "I" form to a new writer is like ... You might ask why first person so pervasively requires ... In contrast, in third person, the narrator is in the minds of ... Then perhaps you should pick third person.

letthewordsflow.wordpress.com/2010/12/20/point-of-view-first-person-third-person-or-objective

Dec 20, 2010 ... THIRD PERSON OMNISCIENT may appear to a writer as the simplest means ... Other times, a story might be told by a narrator that confines his observations ... One great example of a first person narrator who filters the story's events before ... Objective POV allows the reader to form his or her own opinions.