A limited perspective is crucial in writing and the real world, because it develops greed, selfishness, and other characteristics that take place in a story to make the characters more realistic.
This can be seen in the famous Macbeth, Frankenstein, and Beowulf.
Isolation and mitrust are toxic and damaging beliefs and lead to a lot of suffering for society as a whole AND individuals.
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth were obsessed with keeping power. This made them forget about the marginalized people.
At the same time, they had to isolate themselves because everyone was a rival.
I'll guarantee my own fate by having you killed, Macduff. That way I can conquer my own fear and sleep easy at night.
Macbeth says he is not scared of anything, that is what makes him a man. if all men behaved this way in order to have power, all men would be serial killers.
The monster is only committing this crimes because he wants Victor to love him. But Victor does not know that this is the case and makes him very hateful to the monster.
In Frankenstein, Victor thinks that the crimes the monster is committing are all being done with malicious intent. But that is because Frankenstein can't view it from the monster's perspective.
When I reflected on his crimes and malice, my hatred and revenge burst all bounds of moderation.
Beowulf is thought of the most noble man in this story. He is loyal, kind, and a fighter. While we only know a few things about his childhood, we never have insight on Beowulf's own feelings.
The readers of this story are brought to believe that Beowulf is th most perfect man. However, we are never let in on Beowulf's personal perspective of himself. He could be depressed, anxious, and other things that we never know about.
While I was his ward, he treated me no worse as a wean about the place than one of his own boys
These three stories show how a limited perspective effects readers and citizens in the world.