Monday, March 27, 2017

Writing in Third Person Omniscient vs Third Person Limited

From Reedsy:
In this post, we’ll be looking at the options available to authors writing in the third person: omniscient and limited. In third person omniscient narration, the narrator has a god’s eye view of the story and is privy to all characters’ thoughts, as well as knowledge of the past and future. Then there’s third person limited, where the narrator’s scope of knowledge is intimately tied to a particular character — very often the protagonist. (Read more.)
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2 comments:

Martin Cavannagh said...

Hi, Elena Maria!

Thanks for sharing this post — I'm really glad you like it :)

I wanted to let you know about a new post I've just written on the topic of Dynamic Characters. Like the Third Person narration post, it features solid examples from popular books and a nice infographic to reinforce what we're teaching. You can find it here: https://blog.reedsy.com/dynamic-character

I hope you'll consider sharing it with your readers!

All the best,

Martin

elena maria vidal said...

Wonderful! Thank you, Martin!