What are the differences between writing in the first, second, and third persons? Which is best for novel/storytelling purposes?

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Writing in the first person involves using "I" and offers a personal perspective, delving deep into a character's thoughts. Second person, using "you," directly addresses the reader, creating an immersive experience but is less common in novels. Third person, employing "he," "she," or character names, provides an external viewpoint. The choice depends on narrative goals; first person for intimacy, second for unique engagement, and third for versatility. Novels commonly use first or third person, with third often preferred for broader storytelling. Ultimately, the choice hinges on the desired narrative tone and the depth of character exploration.

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