The descriptive narrative of a story is comprised of three aspects:
Narrative point of view is the perspective, a personal or impersonal “lens” through which a story is communicated.
Narrative time is thegrammatical placementof the story’s time frame in the past or the present, i.e., present tense (we go) or past tense (we went).
Narrative voice is the way in which a story is communicated. How it is written is the author’s fingerprint.
Today, we’re focusing on the narrative point of view, discussing who can tell the story most effectively, a protagonist, a sidekick, or an unseen witness.
The wordsobjective narratorandomniscient narrator(in modern literary terminology) are reserved fornon-participantvoices:the 3rd Person narrator. We can use this mode in several ways for our descriptive passages.
The 3rd person omniscient narrative mode refers to a narrating voice that is not one of the participants…
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