The spider who couldn't hide
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First Person Point of View: Narrator is also a character. It is used as a way to directly convey the deeply internal thoughts that allow insight into what is happening in the mind of a charater. Uses words like "I" and "we."
Second Person Point of View: The least commonly used POV in litterature. The narrator refers to the reader as "you", therefore making the audience member feel as if he or she is a character within the story. Refers to audience/readers as "you."
Third Person Point of View: This is the most commonly used POV because it provides the greatest flexibility to the author. Each and every character is referred to by the narrator as "he", "she", "it", or "they."
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The spider in this video seems to be ferocious by its scientific description. "Sicarius is a genus of spider, the best known being the six-eyed sand spider of southern Africa. It is also commonly known as assassin spiders for the relatively quick catching and killing of their prey" (from Wikipedia). Adding a narrative voice may confirm your assumptions or change your perceptions. Consider this rhetorical question, "How can our internal narrative voice confirm our assumptions or change our perceptions of the people and circumstances around us?"
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