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 Novel Narration Help
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Joined: Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am
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Tue Apr 25, 2017 2:30 am

I'm starting a novel which involves huge character development and extremely dynamic characters. Thee needs to be a lot of ideas shown by the name character and I want it to feel very personal. However, there are some things nthat are needed to offer other people's perspectives. What type of narration should I do to fit these criteria? 

Pros and Cons List I Made

First Person

Pro:

-allow very emtional connection

-can see character development vividly

Con:

-unable to see thoughts and perspectives of nonmain character

 

Omniscient Third Person

Pro:

-all perspective seen

Con:

-not as much of an emotional connection




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