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the disadventage of 1st person is if ur not talking about ur self its rong and 3ed person if the narator isent talking then its rong get it now?
if ur using 1t peron talk about ur self if ur using 2ed make it about some one els
I know what they are,I know first person you talk about yourself and third person you recount all experiences and feelings/events of the story, and is not recounting their own experience. they are an outside view.
right thats what im traying to ay
Okay, but I'm asking what are the advantages and disadvantages
uaa you know idk how to explane it more then i alredy did
sowwy girl cant do avreting you know lol
well ima go cya
hay can u madel me i need 1 more nd il have super l
Advantages First person narratives also have a much easier time garnering empathy from your audience, since they end up spending so much time in your character's brain. If done well, it can give logic and motivations to characters that would seem otherwise evil, immoral, or otherwise not relatable. It more easily fleshes a character on the page by allowing the audience to listen to their voice for long periods of time. A beginning writer often finds it easier to keep consistent tone, style, and prose when writing in first person. In some ways, a first person narrator can more easily "dump" information on the reader. Disadvantages Many authors discount this, but I think it's important: the narrator needs to have a clear reason to be telling or documenting the story in the first place. Describing the protagonist clearly (let alone honestly and objectively) is very difficult, and usually requires tacky tricks (like staring into a mirror). Perspective and perceptions are extremely limited. First person narrators, unless they are telling the story far in the future, are less inclined to understand the gravity of any situation. In general they are more grounded in the immediacy of any given moment and less able to see its place in the grand scope of things.
and save up for grammar police... trust me... super librarian ain't that good
does this help... cause if not that was a wast of 6 minutes of typing.
It helps a lot thanks so much! @BishopPatton
you are very welcome