D. Who is telling the story?
An author must understand that a narrative point of view can only come about when the narrator becomes the character of the story who also knows how the character feels. The narrator must be able to fully describe all the emotions or feelings and thoughts of the characters. This is because the readers would be experiencing the story through the eye of the narrator. The narrator could either be in the first person or third person. The choice of what person to use would be based on the characters present in the story.