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Personally, the aspects I found most confusing was the timeline format coupled with first person narrative and quotes out of context.
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The decision to interchange between Nick Dunne's first-person narrative and Amy Elliot's diary entries is skillful in allowing both the readers to be weaved into two perspectives without needlessly feeling disoriented.
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It's really hard to create an authentic first-person voice for a character so far removed from your experience.
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I like the idea of making this first person narrative more "personal," but I also hate explicitly explaining thoughts and ideas and themes.
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Is your story first person, third person, narrative?
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Couldn't do first person narrative anymore.
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I was thinking about it last night and I can't actually think of a way it could be more clear in a first-person narrative - that's one of the things you lose with first person, the ability of the narrator voice to underscore things.
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I'll stick to my nice comfortable first person narrative right now.
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Second person doesn't usually work well beyond that scope anyway, and first person needs a strong voice to carry a narrative.
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Currently I'm writing a first-person narrative and I find it challenging and fun.
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As you say a first person narrative is a more intimate connection with the character.
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Each issue features four first-person narratives of different people in Superman's life (Jonathan Kent, Lois, Lex and Lana Lang).
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We see a disproportionate amount of objectifying media featuring women and not enough first person narratives from women.
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First person narrative in these cases can give some interesting insights.
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However I don't like characters who are so deeply flawed that they easily meet the criteria for personality disorder/psychopathy - in real life people like this are best avoided and I find I avoid them in books too, both in first person and third person narrative.
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It is a first-person narrative, ostensibly translated by Wolfe into contemporary English from a language that doesn't exist yet, set millions of years in the future when the Sun has dimmed and Earth is cooler and dying.
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However, the nature of placing the first person narrative inside a third person frame makes it impossible to determine any inconsistencies unless Chronicler asks the right questions to bring them to light.
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Also, it is first person narrative like most Heinlein's work.
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we hear all of Harry's thoughts in a particular scene, almost like first-person) narrative vs a movie without voice-overs.
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I write a good deal of first person narrative.
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Your mixture of third and first person narrative is really annoying.
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Sometimes i wish that Munro would use the third person more because I don't think there is really anything special about the first person voices that she uses but her description of scenery and ability to capture the unique in the mundane is masterful.
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But Jorg's story (being a first person narrative) is too limited in perspective and scope for us to see what the structure of governments looks like.
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we get a first person narrative and frankly without social media i wouldn't even know about them.
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The Imagery had me playing first person narratives.
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Really interesting about the historical present tense as a form of deception, I think this overlaps with my perception that he "slips" into first person narrative point of view when telling his various stories, but it's almost always when describing what Adnan has done or said regarding how he murdered Hae, even how he felt about murdering Hae.
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First person narrative, similar kind of cynical humor, antihero protagonist.
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First person narrative, spans years, protagonists runs into the mad/evil/creepy guy multiple times as he gets stranger and madder over the years, big horrible pay-off in the end.
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For another, it was journal entries from a doctor as the zombie apocalypse started happening (and I am bad at first person narratives).
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She's also older than first-person narrative.
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But Lamb talks about some gritty stuff and has a really nice casual/slang-y/insightful first person voice that King often employs.
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Finally, a not about your writing style, you start off in a first person narrative, then switch to second person halfway through.
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A first person narrative would have been clearer.
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She told us this dumb thought because it's a first-person narrative, not a law brief.
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The first draft (very immature, but it was my first novel) was a first-person narrative from the POV of the "conqueror", and I found it to be very restrictive with regard to what I could tell about the setting and plot.
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Kind of depends on whether you want something more about policy or first person narratives and stuff.
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You told a pretty good story and you managed to pull off the whole "Naive but insane first person" narrative without getting hokey, and that's a feat.
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Yeah, this would be the first story I was writing within a first person narrative.
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Great characters and first-person narrative.
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Its also like the cornerstone of transgressive first person narratives, and without it we probably wouldn't have Palahniuk, Welsh, Ellis, etc.
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I'm not a big fan of first person narrative in a resume.
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Using a purely dramatic POV for a first-person narrative would be an unusual and very dry choice—maybe effective for literary fiction or noir, but not a colorful sci-fi story like this.
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I came to the conclusion awhile ago that words are essentially meaningless, but you are the first person I've heard voice this.
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What Smerconish misses is that Sarah's biases are laid bare simply because the story is told in her first person voice.
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I've thought quite a lot about this, and am convinced it's perfectly possible, indeed desirable, to have a first-person narrative with scenes in which the narrator doesn't appear.
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Hobb's strength seems to be the single viewpoint first person narrative.
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It's a journal-style first-person narrative that switches between Arno and Elise (mainly Elise of course) and gives some insight into problems and quests that she had of her own that, if I remember correctly, weren't explored in the game.
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The most recent episode of EIS is a first-person narrative from a guy who explains why he went from being a drug supplier for motorcycle gangsters to living off the grid in Arizona.
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In fact, the Koran is legended to be the first-person narrative of Muhammed himself.
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But of course, I'm not the first person to voice that opinion.
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