Every story or novel has a narrator, a character or outside entity telling the story. The narrator can be omniscient, the author ‘s voice coming from beyond the story to tell the tale and make comments. The narrator can be a character (or characters) deeply involved in the story–the protagonist or any other character who can observe and report. Whoever you choose, whatever point of view type you use, the narrator has a particular purpose. The following article can help you fashion your narrator and keep him or her on track as the voice of your story:
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