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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narration

Narration is the use of a written or spoken commentary to convey a story to an audience. ... Forms include temporary first-person narration as a story within a story, wherein a narrator or character observing the telling of a story by another is  ...

www.nownovel.com/blog/major-narrator-types

Types of narration provide many ways to tell a story. See this graphic on the 6 major narrator types and the strengths and limitations of their POVs.

www.studygs.net/fictiona.htm

An exercise in narrator types or point of view in fiction:

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

Sep 9, 2011 ... There are all kinds of narrators–going way beyond simple first or third person. Here's a little study of the different types.

www.thebeginningwriter.com/2012/03/look-at-different-types-of-point-of.html

This is the kind that uses the "I" narrator. As a reader, you can only experience the story through this person's eyes. So you won't know anything about the people ...

english.tutorvista.com/literary-response/narrator.html

Jessie tossed in bed. It was half past 3'0 clock. Sleep had eluded her. She kept thinking of Adam. “Oh! Will he ask me to the ball tomorrow?” she thought.

study.com/academy/lesson/narrator-definition-types-examples.html

Jun 23, 2015 ... A narrator tells a story. Narrators may know all the information readers need to know, and sometimes their knowledge is limited. Learn more ...

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

A crucial element of any work of fiction is the NARRATOR, the person who is telling the story (note that this isn't the same as ... What types of narrators are there?

penandthepad.com/two-types-narrative-point-8236246.html

Narrative point of view is the perspective from which the narrator tells a story. The two major narrative points of view are first person and third person omniscient.