Toni Morrison Changing Perspective In Beloved

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Throughout most of the novel Tony Morrison uses third person point of view but in part two, however, she changes to first person and has another character take the role of narrator. Changing between first and third person narratives can help a reader gain interest as well as focus. Therefore, the reader will try to figure out what character they are following in the story. In addition, another possible reason would be the limitations that each perspective brings. The ability to change perspectives within the story can bring either disastrous effects or constructive support. There are a significant number of effects that come with changing perspectives whether they are good or bad. Toni Morrison in “Beloved” changes the perspective of where
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