Second-person point of view is used when a main character is referred to with second-person pronouns such as "you." In non-fiction writing, second person is used primarily for technical writing and self-help books. More »

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American astronaut Buzz Aldrin was the second person to walk on the Earth's moon. Aldrin set foot on the moon on July 21, 1969, just a few minutes after Apollo 11 mission commander Neil Armstrong. More »

Third person is a narrative perspective that does not assume a particular character identity and refers to characters using third-person pronouns such as he, she, they, him and her. Writers use this when they want to tel... More »

Third person refers to a category of personal pronouns, including forms of he, she and it. It is also a point of view in literature where an outside narrator tells the story. Third person in this case can be limited, omn... More »

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When a story is told through a specific person's point of view, that story is said to have a subjective narrator. This first-person narrative style means that readers are seeing a story through a specific person's eyes. More »

An example of an imagery sentence is, "The morning air was damp yet crisp and the intermittent drizzling rain only added to the gloomy, wet and haggard feeling," which is imagery that describes the place that the charact... More »

A character impersonation piece is often a performed act where an individual assumes the character of another individual in an effort to mimic voices, mannerisms and other character-related actions. In most cases, charac... More »