Multiple Points of View: An Analysis of Revolver by Duane Swierczynski

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Rotating third-person limited, also known as third-person multiple points of view, is any narrative that shifts from one character’s POV to another. This technique is ubiquitous in fiction today.  It does offer some advantages over other POVs. Unlike third-person limited or first-person, it allows the author to approach a story from multiple angles, freeing the […]

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