Writing Narrative Essay Topics Using a Third Person PerspectiveHow do you structure a narrative essay topic? A good question!
Why should the words in your articles to be informative content about current events, rather than about something entirely different, like, for example, someone's favourite pastime or hobby? The answer is quite simple. Informative content is easier to write, easier to read, and you will be happier with the overall quality of your work. Also, if you can find some research material that shows that the people in the story are really interested in current events, rather than some other topic that may have more 'bite', that would be even better!
In a first person story, there is no way to have factual information. So, in order to get around this, the article must use a third person perspective and tell what the main character would think about the subject matter. The problem with this kind of narration is that it doesn't tell the reader anything about the topic at hand. It just reads like an opinion piece. So, if you want to avoid this as a topic, you will need to approach it in a different way.
It can be very interesting topic, however, because it means that the author gets to add a personal voice to his/her words. The author's voice can really make the article so interesting and entertaining that the reader doesn't want to put it down. And if it is a fiction piece, then this personalisation can lead to a greater emotional response from the reader.
Writing prose or non-fiction piece can be a very difficult task, and writing a dialogue piece is even harder. The writer has to have great control over what he/she says, and it is not always possible to add even the slightest amount of emphasis. Therefore, if the material is indeed informational, it is important to use a third person, first person narration to make the subject matter all the more real.
There are many benefits to using a third person, first person narrative: it is more interesting, more interesting means it has the potential to be all the more interesting, the fact that the author can say anything he/she wants is a great advantage, and finally, the fact that it is a traditional style of narration means that the facts of the story are all in one voice. The third person perspective can therefore be used in a positive way to draw in readers and can be used in a negative way to create a 'controversy' effect.
The other side of the coin is the 'avoidance' of third person text. In a situation where the material is directly related to the third person perspective, for example, a news article, or a book, it would be easier to write directly from the point of view of the protagonist. This is because the third person can be quite a heavy duty style of narration, and sometimes, the more objective point of view is all that is required.
When I'm writing for online research articles or books or even for my own online business, I am most likely to choose the third person because it is a natural way of storytelling, and it makes the material all the more interesting. So, if you want to make your articles more interesting, a good option is to use the first person, third person.