- n. Plural form of POV.
“Perhaps the shift in POVs is meant to higlight the different worlds (literally) inhabited by the main characters, but again, I think it would have been fine without it.”
“In hindsight, I think the reason the book ended up with so many POVs is because the town itself is a character, and the townspeople are facets of that character.”
“(link) The proscription against multiple POVs is misunderstood.”
“Some posts ban POVs from the ranges (usually a substantial majority of the reservation), and I don’t know why they couldn’t extend that to the cantonment areas.”
“IANAL, but I’d be surprised if they couldn’t ban all POVs from a base.”
“Outlining can be an important part of plotting, especially if your story becomes ultra-complex with multiple storylines, POVs and the like.”
“Like OReilly sometimes and the existence of Shep Smith, Fox anchors choose to agree with decent POVs on occasion.”
“I think The Hunger Games could have benefited from multiple POVs.”
“My story "Sausages," out in the new Talebones #38, is something akin to this: 4,500 words, with 19 short scenes, third person, present tense with three POVs that seldom link to one another.”
“What is problematic is shifting of POVs within a single scene or even a sentence, or shifting POV simply to obscure rather than illuminate information (e.g, we hear the hero's thoughts until he or she comes up with a Secret Awesome Plan, then we move to the villain's POV so the plan can be a surprise).”
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