Narrator and point of view

“Fireweed” by Skye Brannon is a third-person narration using the point of view of the protagonist, Baluta/Joel.

This is indicated by the first lines when the narrator gives readers access to Baluta’s thoughts and continues to do so throughout the short story: “It was a remembering day for Baluta. It began with laughter or a dream of laughter. It was Alanso’s laugh, flowing like doves out of her bright smiling mouth.” (ll. 1-2)

The narrator only has insight into Baluta’s thoughts and perspective; w...

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