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Point of view is the angle in which the story is being told. First person is the person that is experiencing the things he is telling us, using I and we. Second person is the person that is witnessing what is going on in the story, using you. Third Person is the a person that is not in the story, using he, she, they, or it.
Point of View
Point of View Huckleberry Finn is the narrator of the story. He is telling the story in his point of view. This means that it is in first person. He uses the word 'I.'
This is a quote from chapter 7. The narrater Huck is using the word "I." So you know that its in first person.
'Well, I tried to, but I couldn't; I couldn't budge you.'
This is a quote from chapter 5. Huck is explaining what the picture was. Since he is the narrator of the book you can inference that he is talking in first person. To know for sure its in first person he uses the word me and my in that sentence.
'Its something they give me for learning my lessons good.'
This is a description of how Huck walked into his room seeing his father. This shows Hucks point of view describing this in first person.
I had shut the door to. Then I turned around and there he was. I used to be scared of him all the time. He tanned me so much.
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