Third Person In The Painted Door

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Third person limited (only Ann’s emotion description)
The points of view of the Painted Door and Two Fisherman are both third person limited, which only have one character’s emotional description, while other character only have physical description.
The detailed description of Ann help the reader to understand the story and set the theme. The lack of the emotional description of John and Steven help the readers to have more interests on John and Steven, and therefore continue reading First person minor
There are lots of descriptions of Dan’s father by the points of view of Dan. The story focuses on father’s unspoken love. Third person limited (only Michael's emotional description)
Same as the painted door, it engages the reader by having …show more content…

She need companionship. So she need to busy herself by painting the door even in the winter.
The coldness also made her lonely and simultaneously the loneliness made her colder. Penny- represent his father’s love
Dan and his father have communicate issues. The father is severe and distant. Dan is afraid of his father. But that does not mean they do not love each other. Instead, the father keep the penny like a treasure. It is not because the penny is worthy, the penny represents love. Fish- trust
Smitty gives two fishes to Michael shows that Smitty considers Michael as a close friend, not like the others who judge him by his job. Smitty trusts Michael, however Michael betrays him later.
The painted door and the two fishermen both mentioned betrayal, and the painted door and penny in the dust both prove that communication is important.
We should treasure what we have now. Showing love is not always by saying.
Parent’s love is unconditional.
Communication is important in interpersonal relationship. Do not judge a book by its cover.
People hate Smith because he is a hangman, but Smith is a kindhearted man, and he trusts people easily.
“On the palm, white even against its frozen whiteness, was a little smear of

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