In the third-person omniscient point of view, the narrator of a story knows everything about the universe of the book, including the locations of hidden objects and the private thoughts of every character. The narrator u... More »

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An omniscient point of view is a perspective that a writer or narrator can take when writing fiction. "Omniscient" is a word that is synonymous with "all-knowing," which means the writer knows what all of the characters ... More »

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"Anna Karenina," "The Da Vinci Code," and "Little Women" are all examples of stories told through an omniscient point of view. When using an omnisicient point of view, the narrator is an all-knowing, all-seeing presence ... More »

An omniscient point of view is a perspective that a writer or narrator can take when writing fiction. "Omniscient" is a word that is synonymous with "all-knowing," which means the writer knows what all of the characters ... More »

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Edgar Allen Poe's short story "The Tell Tale Heart" is told from the first person point of view by an unknown narrator who seems obsessed with an old man's eye. It is actually the story of a murder told from the point of... More »

"Anna Karenina," "The Da Vinci Code," and "Little Women" are all examples of stories told through an omniscient point of view. When using an omnisicient point of view, the narrator is an all-knowing, all-seeing presence ... 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 »