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AWC - Narrative Essay (Third Person)

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1) You get a mobile app that contains everything you need to develop, organize, and write an excellent essay. It has instructions on how to write effectively, explanations of the different essay genres, a specific essay synopsis, detailed writing steps, constructive revision guidelines plus footnoting and outlining tutorials. There are also two writing pages so you can develop and write your essay anytime, anywhere.

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Narrative Essay (Third Person) Description

An excellent mystery novel can be very illustrative of the third person narrative. You, the audience, know everything (well, at least, everything the author wants you to know) about each character. In most cases, you possess more information than the characters know about each other, and that makes the novel "interactive" and exciting. There is enough information to think ahead, predict, be afraid for a character, and even wish you could tell a character about the danger waiting in the next room. The third person narrative allows for intricate and multiple character development, which is more difficult in the first person narrative. Multiple sub-plots are also more easily woven. For example, use the third person narrative if asked to "Describe how your family reacted to the tornado." There are many stories within that one story.