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    Results This section will cover the reactions from the employees when the customer referred to himself in the third person. While the conversations were not recorded to give an exact transcript of what was said, the main part of the conversations will be narrated. At Chipotle, a Mexican fast food restaurant, the customer approached the first station where he ordered a burrito. The first employee asked “What can I get started for you?” The customer then replied with “Andrew will get a chicken burrito

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    from the first person, from their eyes. It’s arduous to imagine watching life from an outside perspective, from third person. One can hear others say, “I’d like to be a fly on the wall” when referring to an occasion they are not a part of. From a first person point of view, even if someone is in the same room they don’t always learn everything that’s happening whereas a third person view witnesses everything. The question is raised: why do authors use a first person versus a third person narrative? This

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    Use of Third Person and Innocence of Language in Aké The Nigerian novelist Wole Soyinka's memoir, Aké, is a story told through the eyes of a child. Many incidents and the dialogues within these incidents are written in a tone which is suggestive of the innocence and actions which would only be performed by someone in a child-like state of mind. Soyinka's masterful use of this tone, and the primary use of first person in story telling combine to form a realistic childhood picture. In the third chapter

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    there is anything that these three novels we have studied thus far have in common, it is that each of them have a third person narrator. Andrew Vachss, an American crime fiction author, once said that “The third person narrator, instead of being omniscient, is like a constantly running surveillance tape.” Perhaps, this is why the authors of these works chose to write in the third person; to make a novel that is usually categorized by descriptions of the larger scale, more eerie and unattainably larger

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    readers how the story is told. It includes describing the position and person in the story. Position is how far the narrator is from everything that is going on in the story. Person is way the narrator shows the character and their attitude. There are four different parts that make up the Point of View. These four parts include: Third-Person Omniscient, Third Person Limited Omniscient, First Person, and the Objective. Third-Person Omniscient is when the author of the story, tells the story as a narrator

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    Winter’s Bone author Daniel Woodrell uses third person limited as his point of view to convey a specific message on predetermination of future through the books main character, Ree Dolly. The whole Dolly family is consumed with a future that includes abusing, making, and or selling crystal meth in a small povrished town in the Ozarks. It seems to be every child’s destiny to end up in what should be considered the “family business.” Through his use of third person limited Woodrell sends a powerful message

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    Plantation all cared for each other and they would all if need be take a bullet for each other. Captain John Smith’s writing was also very different from that of William Bradford. Smith wrote in an unrealistic third person view of himself while Bradford wrote in an accurate and humble 1st person. The people of Jamestown we're mostly men that wanted to become rich moreover the people of Plymouth we're families and friends that came for religious reasons. Both colonies weren't completely different they

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    Chaos vs order "Both “the most dangerous game” by Richard Connell and “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson are both examples of how a seemingly nice story can be turned into an adventure if written properly. Both Connell and Jackson have different ways of achieving this goal. In “The Lottery” a seemingly nice community will go to great lengths to keep the status quo even kill a friend. In “the most dangerous game” a hunter sets out for what should be a normal exciting hunt but ends up fighting for

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    that some people hide behind a face or mask and when someone finds out about it. Some won’t be angry about it since most people lie nowadays but it will be harder to trust the person. It also makes it seem that the person who lied is in a more higher position. What this quote really says is actually true because lying to a person makes it seem that you are in fact better than them, therefore you didn’t have to tell them the whole truth. This type of situation can also be seen in literature like “Soldier’s

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    knew that Shinji, the main character, found interest in this person. They way the author explained how Shinji looked at the new girl, it¡¯s obvious that he already has feelings for this person. I believe that Shinji is going to later find a way to get close to her and end up falling in love. I can relate to this situation because I remember a time when I saw a new face at church. At first I was confused and curious about whom this person was and just ignored the whole idea of the new girl. A week

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