Voice: is manner in which story is told so as to connect to readers on an emotional level or the author’s point of view. For example: the author speaks directly in his or her own person or a role or speaks through a persona.

Audience: the people for whom the audience is written. Ways in which authors catered for their audiences.

Purpose: The reason the author wrote the selection. The main goal of a work, which generally is as follows: in fiction – to entertain, tell a story, or convey insight (as in a short story, a movie, a poem); on nonfiction – to describe or explain something (as in an encyclopedia article, a document film) in a media text – to inform or persuade you (as in a newspaper article or editorial, an advertisement).

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Cite this article as: William Anderson (Schoolworkhelper Editorial Team), "What is Voice, Audience and Purpose," in SchoolWorkHelper, 2019, https://schoolworkhelper.net/what-is-voice-audience-and-purpose/.
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