Yes, sure. Let me tell you three basic point of views used in a story writing, including:
1. Third person Point of View
In a short story, this point of view uses three types, which are:
In this type, while telling the story, the speaker not only grants the readers access to characters’ opinions and thoughts but also other things too, which the characters are not able to distinguish. Thus, readers are not limited by the inabilities of the characters in this point of view.
It is not affected by personal opinions and thoughts of characters and not biased. Writer presents events and facts as they happen and he reports what exactly he hears and sees.
- Central Intelligence
In central intelligence, author tells the story through point of view of a single character, main character. Readers see everything through his/her eyes.
2. First Person Point of View
It uses two types:
- Interior monologue
In this type, an author focuses on character’s thoughts and feelings. As its name suggest that a character speaks to himself. In fact, the story occurs in his mind.
- Dramatic dialogue
In this point of view, a character speaks to other characters.
3. Second Person Point of View
It simply uses pronoun “you” in the description.