NAR 1.B: Narrators or speakers relate accounts to readers and establish a relationship between the text and the reader
NAR 1.C: A speaker or narrator is not necessarily the author.
CHR 1.A: Description, dialogue, and behavior reveal characters to readers
CHR 1.C: Perspective is how narrators, characters, or speakers understand their circumstances, and is informed by background, personality traits, biases, and relationships.
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