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Second person stories tend to make the reader a/an

A. distant watcher.

B. silent observer.

C. character in the book.

D. interactive reader.

A

When stories are told in second person format, the reader is usually made to feel like a character in the book.

The second person point of view is the person being addressed in the statement. This is referred to as the “you” perspective. Usually, for you to know that the second person is in use, you would have to look out for the usage of the second-person pronouns like you, your, yours, yourself, yourselves. If you are an avid reader of books and novels, you would have noticed that some books are written based on the second person perspective.

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