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Chapter 6. Choosing Your Story’s Hero > Third-Person Heroes: Choosing Another P...

Third-Person Heroes: Choosing Another Person’s Story

Sometimes you want to tell another person’s story. Then your role becomes that of narrator. Telling the story in the third person can be an advantage when the other person:

Has a powerful and unique message you want to share

Has a connection with the audience that you do not—perhaps in the form of gender, ethnicity, job status, or geographic location

Provides a needed contrast for the audience

Has greater status or authority than you do

Adds a celebrity touch that is meaningful or thrilling to your audience


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