What are the different point of views in literature?
Point of view isn’t easy though, since there are so many to choose from: first person, third person limited, third person omniscient, second person.
What’s the definition of point of view?
an opinion, attitude, or judgment: He refuses to change his point of view in the matter. the position of the narrator in relation to the story, as indicated by the narrator’s outlook from which the events are depicted and by the attitude toward the characters.
How do you write multiple points of view?
6 Quick Tips For Writing Multiple Points of ViewMake sure you have good reason to be writing multiple points of view. Ensure each POV character has their own distinct voice. Don’t have too many POV characters. Stick to a one-chapter-per-POV approach. Choose carefully which POV you write each scene from. Consider choosing one ‘main’ POV character.
How do you write multiple storylines?
Write each storyline as its own separate story—beginning, middle, and end—with (temporary) chapters. Do this for as many story arcs as you think your story needs. If I were trying this for the first time, I’d stick with two linear storylines, to keep things less confusing, like Tatiana de Rosnay did for Sarah’s Key.