of each option. Narration in third person is useful because it brings objectivity to a novel.
The reader's impression of characters is not clouded by the narrator's perception.
Unfortunately, the reader is never given direct insight into the thoughts or motivations of
any of the characters. This leaves the reader to find his own theme in the novel. If the
author desires a stronger direction, omniscient narration overcomes this hurdle by
obviously showing intentions and motives. However, this power to manipulate characters
often tempts the author to editorialize; many modern... [continues]
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