The point of view helps the readers see the events and characters in a story and is determined by identifying the narrator. Most stories are written in either first-person or third -person point of view although some are written in second person point of view.
In first-person point of view the narrator is most often a character telling the story from his or her own point of view. The narrator uses pronouns like I,we,me.
Second person point of view, the story is told in second person pronouns;you,your and yourself. Where the author makes "you "a character in the story and the story is told from the reader's perspective.
In the third person the narrator is not the character but an unnamed speaker telling the story of a character or characters. The character could be aware of all events or have limited knowledge of knowing. Here pronouns used are;she, he, him and the story is told with names or descriptions of characters.