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Monday, May 19

Point of View Shifts

A point of view shift is when a point of view character conveys something to the reader the point of view character couldn’t possibly know. It often jars the reader and pulls them out of the story.

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Related topics: POV, choosing POV, multiple POV, internalization, filtering, omniscient, show vs tell

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