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Could you check the things I wrote on the different kinds of narrator.
(I still need to include the non-omniscient narrator but I need to know if my definitions are correct).
1) The narrator is the voice who tells the story and from whose point of view the story is told. He may be internal to the story, that is, a character in the story, either the protagonist or a witness.
2) He may also be external to the story and tells events he has not taken part in.
3) The first-person narrator is a character in the story. In the text the author uses “I” to identify the narrator. He may be either the protagonist or a minor character. The choice of this narrator can have the following functions:
1.to bring the reader close to the feelings of the narrator
2.to convey an impression of reality
3.to restrict the reader’s point of view
4) The third-person narrator is a narrator who stands outside the story and uses the third person voice to refer to the characters.

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    1) The narrator is the voice who tells the story and from whose point of view the story is told. He may be internal, that is, a character in the story, either the protagonist or a witness.

    2) He may be external to the story and tell events he has not taken part in.

    3) The first-person narrator is a character in the story. In the text, the author uses “I” to identify himself. He may be either the protagonist or a minor character. The choice of this narrator can have the following functions:
    1.to bring the reader close to the feelings of the narrator.
    2.to convey an impression of reality.
    3.to restrict the reader’s point of view.

    4) The third-person narrator is a narrator who stands outside the story and uses a third person voice to refer to the characters.

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