Infographic: Third Person Limited vs Omniscient PoV | Nicholas C. Rossis

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We’ve all read many articles about the various point of views that writers choose to use for writing their books. One in particular can be confusing at times, writing in third person limited, vs. writing in third person omniscient.

 

Nicholas Rossis has shared a fantastic infographic he was granted permission to use from Reedsy, which gives some wonderfully descript examples on how both are used. Please continue reading at Nicholas’ page to see the infographic.

Source: Infographic: Third Person Limited vs Omniscient PoV | Nicholas C.  Rossis

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