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POINT OF VIEW
A first-person point of view is the narration of the story by one of its characters.
The main advantage of a first-person description is that the reader feels closer to the narrator and therefore closer to the events of the story.
A third-person point of view refers to a story being narrated not by a character but by someone outside the story. The narrator uses persons such as he, she, they. There are several variations in this point of view :
In "The End of Something", the narrator does not explain any of the character's feelings or thoughts.
The description of details is purely objective: the setting, the actions, and conversations.
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