Not Common, but Not Rare
"The third major point of view is the second-person, in which the narrator addresses the audience directly using the pronoun 'you', and assumes the audience is experiencing the events along with the narrator." (Hamilton 120)
I found this statement interesting because in high school I had always been taught that the second major point of view was second person. However, I believe this section described the concept in a more accurate way and made it clearer. Although I realize second person isn't as common as first or third person, I don't agree with Hamilton in the statement that it is rare. I have seen it too often to consider it rare.
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