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What are the three (3) point of views in writing?
The three point of views (POV) are: (1) first person; (2) second-person; and (3) third person. First person POV is the perspective of the writer and is depicted by sentences starting with "I", "me", "we", "my." Second person POV is the perspective of the reader being addressed directly by the writer and is depicted by sentences starting with "you" or "us." Third person POV is the most common POV and is the perspective of a person who is not the author or the writer. Third person POV is most commonly depicted by sentences starting with "she" "he" "they" or the character's name.
In 'The Great Gatsby', F. Scott Fitzgerald frequently mentions the old advertising billboard of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg and describes the contents of the billboard as "a pair of fading, bespectacled eyes...over the valley of ashes." What does the billboard symbolize?
The billboard of Dr T.J. Eckleburg symbolizes God's eyes staring down and judging the moral decay of American society.
What is incorrect with this sentence: "She was very upset by the storee."
The word 'story' is spelled incorrectly.