POV and Irony

POV and Irony

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  • First Person POV:  The Narrator reveals thoughts and feelings about themselves.
  • I Won!
  • Umm... isn't that mine?
  • You probably thought the trophy belonged to the girl in the pink, but it ended up belonging to the girl in the green.
  • Here you can also find situational irony because something happened that was unexpected.
  • Here is second person POV. The narrator is talking to the audience using words like you. There is also verbal irony because the girl is being sarcastic about her being excited about tuning her strings.
  • First you have to tune you're strings. It's the best! 
  • Are we going to the party later?
  • Yeah.
  • This is an example of third person objective.  No feelings or thoughts are revealed.
  • I'm gonna trip this poor guy!
  • This is Third-Person Limited, the narrator only exposes the thoughts and feelings of one character.  This is also dramatic irony because the audience knows something the character does not.
  • With Third Person Omniscient, the narrator reveals the thoughts and feeling of ALL the characters!
  • WOW! The water feels great.
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