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Floyd Hyatt in Second Person — 3 Comments

  1. Where to start?
    I have to stop laughing first, though.
    Thanks so much for your fair contribution to the Arts of Writing.
    It is not every day that one can learn so much, yet be so entertained!

  2. The best thing about it is probably that, as an example, it violates no one’s copy-write. I see several errors in it as yet, and it is ridden with cliche’,(though that was intended} but it does illustrate the narrative second point of view. Note that the POV does not have anything to do with spoken dialogue (quotes}. But in some cases does affect quote attribution, (tagging).

    Oh , and of course, glad it wasn’t to much of a pill to swallow. Heh.

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