In any work, the point of view creates a platform for the reader to comprehend the events of the passage as well as define the emotional reactions that the reader should have towards the passage. Technically, a point of view in a passage generates an analytical lens for the reader to see through the passage and filter out its contents, character and turn of events all through. To have such a lens however, the reader has to investigate the narrator in the passage with an aim to have the textual point of view. Notably, when the first person is used in the passage, the narrator tells his own point of view, while the second person makes the reader take the point of view as his, that is, becomes the narrator. In the third person, the narrator becomes an unnamed speaker in the passage.