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The second person point of view challenges the reader, telling them what is happening formally and how they are reacting to it as a reader.
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The candor of these autobiographical, lyric, personal, and segmented narratives is tempered by the distance, intimacy, humor, and unsentimental tenderness that the second-person point of view affords both writer and reader.
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See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Reviews: 3. You probably know what it means to write in the first person, but you may not be as confident about using the second- or third-person point of view. Today we’re going to focus on each of these three points of .Download