Friday, November 19, 2010

Day 41

Day 41

1. Checklist for Dialogue (930 class)
2. Checklist for Setting

Point of View

First Person (not to be used in our essays)

1. Single character's point of view.

b. Advantages of First Person
i. maintain naivete or innocence

ii. Narrated out loud.

iii. Irony of narrator/Humor

1. Also, unreliable/biased narrators

iv. Immediacy?

v. Disadvantages

1. Less flexible

2. Can be contrived

c. Second Person

i. Seldom used

ii. Use of “You” as in You wake up, get out of bed, drag a comb across your head. You know there’s something you need to do. What is it?

d. Third person

i. Better for "hot" material.

ii. Flexible.

iii. Omniscient (all characters)/Limited (single character)

iv. Objective(no thoughts or feelings)/Subjective: (thoughts and feelings)

v. Disadvantages

a. "Head hopping"=confusion unless handled right

3. List of POV by novel.

5. Quiz

6. Graphic Organizers

4 comments:

Emily said...

i am having a hard time writing my paper, not only because i feel weird saying she, her, emily, all throughout it, but its a hard subject..so its still incomplete. :/

EmilyMurphy said...

I also thought this paper was really challenging and i don't know how well i am going to do it...the quiz we took was interesting because it showed me how much i really understood the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person dialogues.

cody said...

I was thinking of using 1st person, but this made me realize that 3rd person would be more effective for my story.

Monica said...

Wow I never thought about how difficult it's going to be to write my paper in third person form. At the same time it kinda helps me stay distant with the characters.