The reader, -------, sees the events of a novel to a greater or lesser degree through the eyes, ------- point of view, of the novel's narrator.
It is obvious, -------, that the narrator is an extremely significant element in considering a novel, -------- it is the narrator who decides what to show or tell us, --------- what emphasis is to be placed on an event or character, -------- it is the narrator's language that describes events and characters.
the latter, then, the next step, thereafter, till, to begin with, today, etc., until, until now, up to the present time, when, whenever, while, without delay If any of these words and phrases are used to begin a sentence, they are normally followed by a comma.
When transitional words are used to join independent clauses, a preceding semicolon and a following comma are required.
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The tools that help you to do this are linking or transitional words and phrases.
They are used to join sentence parts to each other, to connect sentences to sentences, and to bridge paragraphs to paragraphs.
Remember that each point has to have some connection to the preceding one and the one to follow.
The paragraph is not a complete text; it is excerpted from Elizabeth Grove-White's York Notes on Virginia Woolf's novel, To the Lighthouse: In all novels incidents, actions, thought and descriptions are related, ------ narrated, by an agent who is known as a narrator.