# Hi how are you? I hope you guys have a WONDERFUL DAY and week! We can get through this together!

Hi how are you? I hope you guys have a WONDERFUL DAY and week! We can get through this together!

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1. bustillojoshua4 says:

The literary point of view of the "Rescue Mission" affects the reader's understanding of history through first-person narration, because through the narration the reader can place himself in this story since the reader can understand and identify the narrator's feelings in this situation .

In the passage " Okay, I have to snap out of this because I know that the captain wouldn’t assign me to these missions if I couldn’t handle them. I have received years of elite training for missions like this, and I have a spotless track record for at-sea rescues. Why do I always have to convince myself that I am capable of this?" The author shows a feeling of insecurity, although he is able to perform the rescue he fears he can not solve the situation he is inserted, as the narration is in the first person, the reader can identify with this feeling of security and understand the gravity of the situation and the feelings of the narrator.

2. XOsam says:

thanks you too

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3. anna80544 says:

im excited but tired and thank u, u have made my day :)))

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4. EDWIN6067 says:

The literary point of view in "The Rescue Mission" affects the reader's understanding of the story because the story is told in the first person. The character himself tells everything that's happening in the story, including, as he tells, his thoughts, everything that is going through his mind. He is not only describing the scenes and events from a distant point of view, without being necessarily connected to the events; on the contrary, he is at the center of events, and everything told goes through his feelings and impressions before getting to the reader.

"I have received years of elite training for missions like this, and I have a spotless track record for at-sea rescues. Why do I always have to convince myself that I am capable of this?" In the passage, it can be observed that the character is talking to himself while he tells the story, therefore, he is also having an unintentional chat with the reader, and introducing to the story his feelings, doubts, thoughts, and points of view. Therefore, it can be understood that the reader's understanding of the story is affected by the literary point of view in "The Rescue Mission" since the story is told in the first person.