Points of View and Irony

Points of View and Irony

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  • First Person
  • Second Person
  • Third Person Omniscient
  • Madison wasn't being very nice yesterday. She insulted Jeremy.
  • Yeah, Emma said she heard about it too. Apparently she heard Jeremy crying after. He said he was sad.
  • First person is when the narrator talks about them self using I, me, my etc.
  • Third Person Limited
  • Mom is hungry. Is Leah hungry too? 
  • So, the other day I took a walk around my neighborhood's park. I saw a lot of pretty things there.
  • Second person is when the narrator talks about the reader; you.
  • Irony
  • You have to be very careful when you use the burner; it can be very dangerous if you do something wrong.
  • I am completely okay!
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  • POV and IRONY
  • Third person omniscient is when the narrator is aware of the thoughts and feelings of all characters.
  • END
  • Bye!
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  • Third person limited is when the narrator only knows the thoughts and feelings of one character.
  • Irony is when something is said or seen that isn't literal; it is opposite from what is heard or expected.
  • Those were the types of point of view and irony!
  • Points of View and Irony Third Person Second Person First Person
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