First-person: Uses I to refer to the narrator. SUbjective: only what the character thinks
- homodiegetic: character-narrator: a character narrates.
- a subset of homodiegetic is autodiegetic: the protagonist is the character who narrates
Third-person: not I; not a character in the story world.
- omniscient: all-knowing. narrator can go into the heads of everyone
- limited: can go into one character’s head
- objective: does not go into anyone’s head. All based on what can be observed.
reliable vs unreliable narrator