why does the author use third-person point of view in this excerpt?

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Because I’m a huge fan of third-person point of view because it’s a more honest portrayal of the author. In many cases, we write things we would never admit to in other forms of storytelling.

The whole reason Im writing with the third-person point of view is because this is a genre that usually relies on the first person POV. It’s a genre that needs to tell a story that feels like it happens from the perspective of one of the characters, and so we thought that would be the best way to tell it. I’m not saying this is a complete lie, but it is the only way I can write with this point of view.

That said, the author is also clearly a former professional writer, which makes it all the more important that they craft their dialogue to be believable. I hope this is not a reason to question the point of view.

The point of view was actually an experiment. The author wanted to see if it would be easier to write about this world in third person. I was interested in the perspective from the characters’ point of view because I could see what they would see if they’d stayed in the present.

The author is obviously a fan of the games company, Arkane, so it’s a little strange to see him using the third-person perspective in a story that isn’t a game. That said, the third-person perspective is not a bad thing. It’s the perfect way for a writer to give us a glimpse into the mind of a character even when they’re just sitting at a computer in their living room.

I can see what the author means. The third-person perspective means that the character is not the same as the one we see. The way I see this story is that the author is writing a book. If he was writing a game, a game writer (e.g. someone like the great Terry Cavanagh) would obviously use the first-person perspective. The fact that the author is writing books is not a bad thing either.

But even if this is a book, it’s clearly not a game, and the author is writing a book. So why is he using a third-person perspective at all? I would assume that this is just a case of a writer having an “inferior type-cast.” But to me this feels like a story that’s been written for a long time and that the author has yet to decide if it should be a book or a game.

He’s not writing a book. I’d be pretty pissed if I was the author of this book.

The story of the game is set in the 30th century, so that’s why you shouldn’t be using a third-person perspective. You’re writing a book, so it’s a case of you not being the author. But in this case, I think the author is being a bit of a douche bag by using third-person perspective. It just adds a strange, twisted note to the story.

I think the same author’s take on death is very different. For a long time he was very much against it. Later on he started to embrace the idea, but I think that the more he was forced to embrace it, the more he had trouble accepting it. The author is saying that death is a part of life, and we have to accept it or die. The problem is that death isn’t a part of life, yet the author has to write a book about it.

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