Tag Archives: POV

Indirect Discourse in Third-Person Limited POV

What is indirect discourse? Indirect discourse is “a combination of a character’s thoughts and the author’s words. In the case of indirect discourse, you don’t need italics.” The above words were emailed to me by Mark Spencer, Dean of the … Continue reading

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P is for Pathos and Deep POV | #AtoZChallenge

Pathos Pathos stirs up emotions of pity, sympathy, and sorrow that can be expressed in a work through words, pictures, or body gestures. (Source: Pathos, Literary Devices, literarydevices.net.) Pathos “is an appeal to emotion, and is a way of convincing … Continue reading

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N is for Narrated by the Narrator | #AtoZChallenge

Narrator The speaker or voice who is telling the story. Narrator and narrative (a collection of events that are linked together in a particular order to tell a story) lead into point of view and types of fiction. Point of … Continue reading

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