Writing Notes

  • Topic:4 Types of p-o-v EQ: how does an authors p-o-v contribute to the validity of literature?

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  • Topic: 4 types of p.o.v EQ: How does an author contribute to the validity of a piece of literature


  • Narrative Perspective

    __Dialogue and Narration__\n-\n- [Dialogue](#582ca417d1c8e8956ce74ae4)=when the charact*ers speak*\n- *Narration=when the narrator speaks*\n- *\"Q__uotation marks\"__speaks narration from dialogue*\n\n \n\n____Example____"},{"left":"

  • Pronouns

    Pronouns\n\nA pronoun is a word that is used in place of a one or more nouns or pronoun. \n\nThe word or word group that a pronoun stands for (or refers to) is called an antecedent.\n\nAntecedent/ Pronoun \n\nJohn, have you turned in your report?\n\nPlaying in the band is fun, and it shows school spirit. Accelerated\n\nSometimes antecedent not always stated\n\nI did not understand what you said. \n\n[Personal](#5714ee109c1aedf0641e2d53) Pronouns: refers to the one speaking(first person), the one spoken to(second person), or the one spoken about (third person).\n\nPoint of View\n\nSingular\n\nPlural \n\nFirst Person\n\nI, me, my, mine\n\nWe, us, our, ours\n\nSecond Person\n\nYou, your, yours\n\nYou, your, yours\n\nThird Person\n\nHe, him, his, she, her, hers, it, its\n\nThey, them, their, theirs\n\nReflexive and Intensive Pronouns: Reflexive refers to the subject and is necessary to meaning of sentence. Intensive emphasizes a noun or other pronouns and is unnecessary to the meaning of a sentence.\n\nFirst Person\n\nMyself, ourselves\n\nSecond Person\n\nYourself, yourselves\n\nThird Person\n\n Himself, herself, itself\n\n1.Tara enjoyed herself at the party.\n2. I myself cooked that delicious dinner.\n3.The team prided themselves on their victory.\n4.Did you redecorate the room yourself?"},{"left":"Keywords or Questions","right":" "}]

  • Memoir elements

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