• anonymous
Which of the following is an effect of first-person point of view? The reader can know what every character is thinking or feeling. The reader feels more emotionally detached from the story's narrator. The reader is treated to a detailed and very focused account of a single event. The reader has the freedom to move around inside the story and is even able to focus on two or more events happening at the same time.
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  • anonymous
I not 100% sure but i think its A?
  • anonymous
ok thx
  • marihelenh
It is C. First person is written in the point of view of one, singular person, so all events are detailed and as he or she sees them.

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