The Giver

How does the author develops the point of view of the narrator or speaker in the text.

Also, could you explain it.

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The story is told in third person limited omniscient. This means a third person/narrator tells the story from Jonas's point of view. Lois Lowry develops Jonas's character by the things he experiences and the people he meets as the novel progresses. Much of Jonas's emotional maturation is displayed as he begins to notice his unique talents and eventually gets lead into his role as receiver/giver.