How to write in third person
Writers convey information adhering to a point of view. If the writing is personal, it is written with a first-person focus. If the writing is directed towards the audience, it is written with a second-person focus, and if the writing is focused on a topic not directly related to the writer and the audience, then it is written with a third-person focus.
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When writing in third person, writers are on the outside looking in. They do not include themselves nor the audience in the text, and only third...
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What is point of view? Learn about how first person, second person, and third person are used in writing and view examples of first, second, and third person narration.